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...as seen from a Brickell Key...
Flying AA, you tend to get a lot of stopovers in Miami, which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
The beautiful city of Miami makes for a special sunset shot. This HDR shot is made up a 5 exposures and melded together using Photomatix Pro. Copyright: Sweezey Pictures/Ken Sweezey
1967 Ford Fairlane 500
in the background,
1966 Ford GT Hardtop Fairlane
Miami is a party city, a go-fast city.
~ Rick Ross
(details @ Chimerical Scurryfunge)
My Little Vice City Tribute
With Surplus Motors Bruto:
Photo taken at Miami Beach: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Daydream%20Island/204/108/27
The sun is just behind the horizon as Hialeah based CSX local Y322 slowly trundles through the overgrown and trash littered alleyway with two empty boxcars from Pan American Papers in tow. Having worked the Miami Downtown spur overnight, the crew is in their last hours of work as they switch the last remaining handful of carload customers in Hialeah's East Rail district. Pan American Papers, Sentry Industries, Suburban Propane, and Salco are the last customers in this area. The crew barely broke daylight in this scene, stretching the limits of my 5D. It was still completely dark and lightly raining when the rails started creaking and the engine came crawling around the corner to retrieve the cars. Hialeah, FL
This photo was taken on November-2015 at the Deering Estate. The facility, currently operated by Miami-Dade Parks & Rec., allowed a visit to anyone interested in photographing the winter Equinox sunrise event. A fee was charged and an early wake-up call was a must. My wife complained about the early rise. I thought it was a magnificent sunrise worst the sacrifice. You may judge for yourself.
I was lucky to catch this view of a storm coming into Miami one morning (from my dry and warm hotel room thankfully). Although I didn't live in Florida for very long, I did really enjoy the dramatic storms we were often treated to. The PNW basically has a binary weather state: endless gray or baking sun. Taken from Brickell, with Virginia Key on the right and Fisher Island on the left.
Just shot this panoramic view of the Miami skyline from Bayfront Park. Used my new toy!!
What is the Chopin Plaza, Miami Fl.? Well ... I do not know what to say, this in itself is the name of the street that is called 100 Chopin Plaza, in this street there are many things related to hotels and restaurants for example this The InterContinental Miami is a hotel in Downtown Miami, Florida , United States. Located on Biscayne Bay, the hotel is in the form of a 35-story tower on the eastern edge of downtown in Bayfront Park, also part of the Brickell area although it is on the edge of the Miami River, there are other buildings next to the hotel on this piece of street, like the One Miami Condominium which is a complex of two towers in which the East Tower is the workshop of the two, at 460 ft (140 m). It contains 44 floors, and was completed in 2005. The West Tower is 449 ft (137 m) tall, and contains 45 floors.
The flag that you see at almost the end of the photo is one of the largest I've seen in Miami, it belongs to the Southeast Financial Center building.