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Miami, Florida 2016, processed 2021

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lens: 200/1.8L

Super fun Collab with Elo, Sangi and Any

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The beautiful city of Miami makes for a special sunset shot. This HDR shot is made up a 5 exposures and melded together using Photomatix Pro. Copyright: Sweezey Pictures/Ken Sweezey

This photo was taken on November-2015 at the Deering Estate. The facility, currently operated by Miami-Dade Parks & Rec., allowed a visit to anyone interested in photographing the winter Equinox sunrise event. A fee was charged and an early wake-up call was a must. My wife complained about the early rise. I thought it was a magnificent sunrise worst the sacrifice. You may judge for yourself.

CSX O721 crosses the Miami River moments before crossing onto the Homestead Subdivision for its trip into the southermost reaches of the CSX system. The bridge dates back to the construction of the Seaboard-All Florida Railway from West Palm Beach to Homestead which was completed around 1927.

The sun is just behind the horizon as Hialeah based CSX local Y322 slowly trundles through the overgrown and trash littered alleyway with two empty boxcars from Pan American Papers in tow. Having worked the Miami Downtown spur overnight, the crew is in their last hours of work as they switch the last remaining handful of carload customers in Hialeah's East Rail district. Pan American Papers, Sentry Industries, Suburban Propane, and Salco are the last customers in this area. The crew barely broke daylight in this scene, stretching the limits of my 5D. It was still completely dark and lightly raining when the rails started creaking and the engine came crawling around the corner to retrieve the cars. Hialeah, FL

The Riverside Miami is a 120,000-square-foot waterfront is like a restaurant serving food of all kinds, something very common, because here people come from many places, but always even if they say that the food is from that country or the other, there is something always a tropical twist on taste, the view of this place is great from a table.


Use the Sony Zeiss Vario-Tessar T * E 16-70mm f / 4 ZA OSS lens

Miami is a party city, a go-fast city.

~ Rick Ross


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A cool find by my friend Eric Olson.


Photo was taken at Miami Florida on Daydream Island

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Near American Airlines Arena

Just shot this panoramic view of the Miami skyline from Bayfront Park. Used my new toy!!

This photo was taken after a fun day exploring the Everglades. My girlfriend and I were able to find a spot that would make for a good cityscape and this location delivered! It was a fun evening of relaxing as the sun went down and if I am ever back in Miami, I will be sure to go see this spot again. As usual, this is a large panoramic image, but I cant really remember how many images it is composed of. Either way, it was a fun little shoot. Enjoy!

Miami - Florida - Sunrise

Bridge to Okeechobee Road into Hialeah, FL.

Palm trees, Miami Florida

That bridge over there is called The General Douglas MacArthur Causeway is a six-lane causeway that connects downtown Miami, Florida with South Beach, Miami Beach across Biscayne Bay. The highway is the unique thoroughfare that connects the mainland and the beaches to Watson Island and the bay neighborhoods of Palm Island, Hibiscus Island, and Star Island.

It is certainly a very long bridge, length of 3.5 miles (5.6 km). Clearance above 68 feet (21 m)

Miami in the night.

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