I can’t remember the name of this bridge, it is somewhere midway between Key West and Miami. You might have seen another photo of the same bridge, posted while back. Anyways, that is all for today.
Honestly I can’t remember where I took this photo. It is one of these two places: Key West or Biscayne Bay Miami. I took it just about one year ago on our vacation in south Florida. We drove down from Miami to Key West for Christmas and returned back to Miami on our way to the Marco Island. I took a lot of photos during that vacation, so sometimes it might get confusing, what is where.
Thanks folks for visiting and viewing my photography. Your comments are appreciated. If you haven’t figured it out yet, you can click on the photo and it will open in my photo gallery where I have the same image but at a higher resolution. So if you have a big monitor, you might enjoy it better than the small one below.
BTW, I did not plan it, but just realized that yesterday’s photo and today’s photo are on diagonally opposite points. Nothing significant about it, but still kind of interesting that I processed them in this order.
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.
I had only a few minutes to take this photo, they were shutting the gate and we had to get out from the lighthouse area. You can’t see from here but I was positioned right next to the fence on the rocks and could not move a single each farther away from it. Thankfully I had wide angle lens on the camera and it was able to fit the whole thing into it. You probably saw couple other images of this lighthouse, check them out under Miami category.
The sun is actually behind me in this photo, shining strong on the white walls of this light house with almost like burning bright reflections over the side walk. We probably had extra five minutes at this place before they closed the gates. I wonder if you can take picture there in the summer as sunset will be much later and they might not stay open that late.