Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Biscayne Bay

This is a view of Biscayne Bay, along the main causeway to Key Biscayne. Across the water is a crowded boat marina. This is one place in Miami where tourists hire boats to go deep sea fishing. The boats return in mid afternoon and fresh caught are sold here. Pelicans and sea gulls know the routine, especially on weekends for free meals. They like to perch on the wooden piers with steel caps. The Atlantic ocean and the Gulf Stream are behind, on the other side of Key Biscayne. A photo of this same location can be seen on Google Earth, numbered "Panoramio Miami63_1."

Biscayne Bay

2 comments:

Pat said...

There's something about a scene of many, many sailing vessel masts. I love the view!


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Abraham Lincoln said...

I really like these scenes along the water with the masts sticking the sky. Nice.

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