I recently enjoyed a stay-cation on Sanibel, a couple hours south of Sarasota. It's so beautiful and always a peaceful, relaxing getaway. This is a shot of the lighthouse located at the southern tip of the island on the Gulf of Mexico. The area that's cordoned off with yellow caution tape is a turtle nest. Usually, there are about 90-110 eggs in a nest and very few hatchlings survive the treacherous journey from the nest to the water. (Nature takes its course with birds gobbling them up.) The ones that make it to the Gulf have to escape other predators while instinctively swimming for miles to a large area full of seaweed known as the sargassum sea. I always root for the baby sea turtles -- they're great! In other news, I'm making really good progress with my epic video. Fingers crossed it'll be finished soon.