Housing Units (2000): 1150
Land area (2000): 1.241585 sq. miles (3.215689 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 9.254054 sq. miles (23.967888 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 10.495639 sq. miles (27.183577 sq. km)
FIPS code: 10425
Located within: Florida (FL), FIPS 12
Location: 26.518028 N, 82.191057 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 33924
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Captiva is the third studio album from Christian rock band Falling Up, released on October 2, 2007. The band recorded the album with Seattle producer Aaron Sprinkle, who also handled the production duties for the band's debut, Crashings.
As opposed to the band's first two albums, Crashings and Dawn Escapes, Captiva is more alternative and experimental rock driven as a whole, similar to some elements that were present on Dawn Escapes, but much less hard rock-driven, and continues to show a change in the band's musical direction. It also features much less distorted guitar rhythms, and nearly all turntable effects present on previous albums are omitted. It is also the first Falling Up album to feature the same line-up as their previous one, Exit Lights, although this line-up would be short-lived, as guitarist Micah Sannan and keyboardist Adam Taylor would depart from the band in late 2007.
"Hotel Aquarium" was the album's first single. "Goodnight Gravity", "How They Made Cameras", "A Guide to Marine Life", and "Maps" have also been posted on the band's PureVolume page. The album reached the Billboard Top Christian albums chart peaking at No. 19 and reached the Top Heatseekers albums chart peaking at No. 7. It has sold just over 20,000 copies worldwide.
Captiva may refer to:
- Captiva, Florida, an unincorporated community on Captiva Island, Florida, United States
- Captiva Island, an island in Florida, United States
- Captiva Records, an American record label
- Captiva Software, an American software company
- Chevrolet Captiva, a concept vehicle developed by GM Daewoo and now in production
- Holden Captiva, the Australian version of the Chevrolet Captiva
- Captiva (album), an album by Christian rock band Falling Up
Usage examples of "captiva".
From the cafe, it was maybe fifteen minutes over a small bridge connecting Sanibel and Captiva islands.
With luck he'd have an hour after he dropped off the stones on Captiva to go shelling on the falling tide and still make his flight out of Fort Myers to Los Angeles.
Not that the agents had wanted to talk to her after the first time, but she'd made their lives miserable by insisting that she had a lead on a kidnapping between Fort Myers and Captiva Island.
Either way, I'd be closer to what really happened to Lee between Fort Myers, where he last called in, and Captiva Island, which was his final destination.
We didn't know where between the airport and Captiva Island the hijacking took place.
After all, how many women got a second honeymoon on Captiva Island for their twenty-fifth anniversary?
She would be drying her hands on a piece of pink towelling and would watch them expressionlessly as they passed, rich folks in a Crown Vic headed for Captiva, and she'd have no idea that Carol Shelton once lay awake in a ninety-dollar-a-month apartment, listening to the records and the drug deals upstairs, feeling something alive inside her, something that made her think of a cigarette that had fallen down behind the drapes at a party, small and unseen but smoldering away next to the fabric.
THE DOLPHINS’ BELL When Jim Tillek activated the red-alert recall sequence on the Big Bell at Monaco Bay, Teresa’s pod, with Kibby and Amadeus leaping and diving right along with her, was there within minutes, Within the hour, the ones led by Aphro, China, and Captiva arrived—a total of seventy, counting the three youngest calved only that year.
When Jim Tillek activated the red-alert recall sequence on the Big Bell at Monaco Bay, Teresa’s pod, with Kibby and Amadeus leaping and diving right along with her, was there within minutes, Within the hour, the ones led by Aphro, China, and Captiva arrived--a total of seventy, counting the three youngest calved only that year.
Kibby glided to one side of Teresa, and Captiva bobbed up on the other.