Mother and son looking at a display on exhibit "From the Curious Vault" at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science © 2019 . All rights reserved.

Darwin Day

“The mission of International Darwin Day is to inspire people throughout the globe to reflect and act on the principles of intellectual bravery, perpetual curiosity, scientific thinking, and hunger for truth as embodied in Charles Darwin.” https://darwinday.org/

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Look Forward, Look Back

“Look back in forgiveness, forward in hope, down in compassion and up with gratitude.” ~~ Zig Ziglar Photo taken on the Downtown Miami MetroMover Dogwood Photography Challenge 2018 – Week 1 Vision: Look Ahead for the New Year

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#TransformationTuesday

The Underline is set to transform a 10-mile stretch of land beneath the MetroRail from the Miami River to Dadeland South. At Saturday’s UnderLounge festival to celebrate and promote the Underline Linear Park, Brickell residents were invited to give their suggestions … Continue reading

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Get High

View of Biscayne Bay, PortMiami, Watson Island & Miami Beach; photo taken from the 54th floor of Marina Blue in downtown Miami. Dogwood2016 Photo Challenge Week 41 – Landscape: Get High “Everything looks different when you are high. Find a … Continue reading

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Handmade

Just as the rest of the country is seeing the last of their farmer’s markets for the year, Florida’s is just starting. In addition to fresh local fruits and vegetables, I look forward to my favorite Miami artisans including Zak the … Continue reading

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Early Morning Frame of Mind

On the Miami Riverwalk at Biscayne Blvd Way: “Duenos de las Estrellas”, by artist Jose Bedia, and early morning walkers silhouetted in the sunrise. The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Frame – Use your surroundings to capture a different point of view.

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Brickell City Centre Climate Ribbon

Brickell City Center and it’s Climate Ribbon are transforming the Brickell Financial District. The 150,000-square-foot overhead metal and glass trellis covers retail areas to create “a micro-climate that stabilizes the temperature.” The Climate Ribbon directs fresh breezes into pedestrian areas, … Continue reading