Sunday, March 4, 2007

March 04, 2007

Miami downtown on a lazy, 77 degree Fahrenheit hot, dry and bright Sunday afternoon as seen from the causeway to Key Biscayne. There was a hefty traffic flow as people drive to the beaches to enjoy the remaining hours of their weekend. It now costs US $ 1.25 going through the toll gate to exclusive Key Biscayne. It used to cost $ .25 in the bygone years. On the original high resolution photo, construction cranes can be seen dotting the skyline as the building boom continues. The body of water is that of Biscayne bay connecting with the Atlantic ocean to merge with the powerful Gulf Stream further out.

Today's Miami Downtown

2 comments:

moworld said...

Nice shot of Downtown. I always try to take a similar shot whenever I am visiting but so far nothing good has come from my attempts.


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Lan Nghiem-Phu said...

I did take about 15 shots at the same location. When I have more time, I will start making circular panorama views of different locations in Miami. That will be a lot of work but I really want to get to it. Thanks for your comment. Keep shooting.. My goal is to have one photo a day; and never use old photos.