Thursday, April 12, 2012

Miami from the Bay

This is today's view of Brickell Avenue/Miami downtown sky line as seen from Biscayne Bay. The tall bridge is the Rickenbacker Causeway leading eastward to Key Biscayne's cape Florida to the right. Tall sailboats go under the bridge to head toward Miami Beach, then Fisher island and escape to the Atlantic ocean. If you zoom in, you can see the eastern half of the old draw bridge. I used to curse the tall sailboats because they were the reason we poor motorists got stuck in the hot Miami sun to go to Key Biscayne when the draw bridge was raised... Do you see the dolphins in this photo? This must be their mating time... and this must be the place they prefer. Miami from the Bay

1 comment:

Rational νεόφυτος said...

I think I just saw Sonny Crocket's boat zoom past!