Captiva doesn't have an actual "downtown," just a four-way stop sign and a few commercial establishments. But there is a predominant "island" motif to the decor, as evidenced in the following.
One evening we ate at a restaurant by the name of Sunshine Cafe, where I noticed that the walls were graced with a couple of sun medallions. I didn't have my camera at the time but went back the next day and got permission to get a few shots.
People seemed to be having a lot of fun painting fences on Captiva. Here are a few.
I liked this last image the best, perhaps because of the bright colors or perhaps because of the fact that I decided not to take the shot straight on. I thought that the decking in the lower right actually added something to the composition.
At one of the docks leading to Pine Island Sound I took a few shots of a number of kayaks for rent that had been turned upside down.
Based on their general shape and color, perhaps they should be called banana boats.