New Years eve in Miami does not look like a New Years eve at all. it was my first New Years eve close to tropical territory and it was nice and weird. This was the last glimpse of sun in 2010. The same night I took my first fireworks photo. btw, tonight we are going to check out Dixie Classic fair and try to take some fireworks photos.
I was taking pictures from the docks close to the water. Apparently I was breaking all kind dock rules. Security showed up and asked me to get on the other side of the fence, which is like only 4-5 fit away from the edge of the water but the view from that far away is completely different. Thankfully I got this one before mister security showed up in his little golf cart.
So we have super duper winter storm here at the moment. I can see from my high rise window blowing snow and traffic on highway standing still. Not a good time to be outside. I was thinking to put some of my winter pictures as today’s post but then this ugliness started. So I changed my mind. I want to see something warm and peaceful, something with water too. So thankfully I had one of those already processed and ready for sharing.
This is in Miami, in Coconut Grove area on the New Years eve, just about 27 days ago… I’d like to see that now instead of snow blowing outside my office windows. I like this yacht forest, growing from the water, so many of them. If you look at the larger image, you can see some details on all of those little yachts.