The Daily Post Photo Challenge
Statue in the historic Miami Cemetery in Downtown Miami “It’s said that All Hallows’ Eve is one of the nights when the veil between the worlds is thin – and whether you believe in such things or not, those roaming … Continue reading
Archway detail at the Shoreland Arcade, 122 NE 1 Street, Downtown Miami, built 1925 “Every doorway, every intersection has a story.” ~~ Katherine Dunn
Olympia Theater, on Flagler Street in Downtown Miami, opened in 1926 as a silent movie house and the first air-conditioned building in South Florida. Rare
Cuban artist, Pedro Damian, created the iconic roosters found throughout the City of Miami, but especially along Calle Ocho in Little Havana.
The Bacardi Building, 2100 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL The Tower was commissioned by former Bacardi president José “Pepin” Bosch. Designed by Cuban architect Enrique Gutierrez of Saenz, Cancio, Martin and Gutierrez (SACMAG), the Tower comprises a rectangular seven-story structure (measuring … Continue reading
Pedestrian arts bridge connecting Ziff Ballet Opera House and Knight Concert Hall. The seven-story historic Art Deco Sears Tower (preserved as part of the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts) can be seen in the background.
The Miami Seaquarium opened in 1955, while the iconic Golden Dome Stadium was not completed until 1960. Throughout the 1960’s and early 1970’s, television shows, movies and commercials are filmed at the Seaquarium, including “Flipper” and “Salty the Sea Lion”. … Continue reading
“History is a cyclic poem written by time upon the memories of man.” ~~ Percy Bysshe Shelley The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Depth
Julia Tuttle was born on January 22 in 1849 and by 1891 she was living along the Biscayne Bay in what was to become the City of Miami. After trying for several years to convince one of the railroad magnates … Continue reading
“In the early 1950’s, John M. Allen Sr. became the pharmacy manager for the newest branch of “Breeding Drugstore” in South Miami on the corner of Bird Road and Red Road. On February 1, 1954, Mr. Allen bought the store … Continue reading
From Wikipedia: The Wagner Homestead was built c. 1857 by William Wagner, who came to Miami with his Creole wife Everline. Wagner, a U.S. Army veteran, had joined the army in 1846, fought in the Mexican War under General Winfield Scott … Continue reading