“I may be no better, but at least I am different.” ~~ Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Coral rock wall in Coconut Grove Miami
East entrance to Wynwood Walls Wynwood Walls was conceived by the renowned community revitalizer and placemaker, the late Tony Goldman in 2009. He was looking for something big to transform the warehouse district of Wynwood, and he arrived at a … Continue reading
The scenery is perfect, even if my skills are not – Bayfront Park in downtown Miami
The Miami Tower as seen from the Riverwalk MetroMover station
Dog Fair at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami
Godzilla on the balcony at Christ Fellowship Church in downtown Miami as part of the “Giants in the City” series. “Godzilla” lyrics in the title from Blue Oyster Cult
Miami International Airport’s Main Terminal at the MIA Mover concourse. MIA Mover is an automated people mover that shuttles passengers between the airport terminal and Miami Central Station, which houses the Rental Car Center and connects to Miami MetroRail’s Orange Line … Continue reading
The Metrorail is Miami’s elevated heavy rail rapid transit system. This is the view south towards Brickell from the Government Center station in downtown Miami.
Despite the luxury residential highrises and art-dotted Riverwalk, the Miami River is still a working river – albeit the shortest in the country at 5.5 miles long. We followed this tugboat as it maneuvered the cargo ship up river in … Continue reading
Hotel InterContinental from Biscayne Bay. One Miami Condominiums is on the left. Miami Center and Southeast Financial Center are on the right.
On Sunday, February 16,1964, the Beatles made their first visit to Miami and their second appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show (broadcast live from the Deauville Hotel on Miami Beach). So, in honor of the Beatles, I am sharing my … Continue reading