Bicentennial Park in Downtown Miami continues it’s transformation to Museum Park as the Miami Art Museum progress continues and basic starting points for the Science Museum begin. Click here for a full-resolution image of this wide area (note: this is a large image!).
Category Archives: Downtown Miami
Downtown Miami during a rain storm, or after a rain storm can be a beautiful sight, just like this sliver of a rainbow over downtown Miami. Caught this image in the car on the way home, and it’s just cool!
Miami’s skyline is beautiful from our downtown vantage point, but a photo from the 12th Avenue Bridge, well, can be pretty spectacular as well. This photo was captured early Sunday morning and the colors were rich and bright. Watch for more “angles” of the downtown … Read More →
The Miami International Art Fair 2012 is underway – and you can see images from the preview night at the Fair right here! For more information about the event, visit DowntownMiamiNews.
New Years Eve at Bayfront park was especially grand this year with the Red Bull SoundClash featuring Ludacris and Mike Posner. Over 80,000 people attended and we were lucky enough to get these great photos. Photo Credit: Lido Bordes / DowntownMiamiNews.com
Miami and the rest of the world saw their final sunset for 2011, ready to welcome in 2012 at midnight, in your location. To see the fullsize panoramic image, click the image below: Happy New Year!
Cigarette boats always come and go within about a 24 hour period at the Sea Isle Marina in downtown Miami. Several times a year it’s like they just arrive like a school of foraging fish, with their loud exhaust and low rumble during idle. Today … Read More →
Whether they call it the Omni or PAC district, it’s the heart of Miami and at sunset it is a stunning site. Miami, always a beautiful first-class city.
The Downtown Miami skyline can be changed dramatically by clouds, rain and other weather conditions – tonight, the clouds were hanging very low – in fact the Bank of America building has it’s top in a cloud – and the pink light from the BOA … Read More →
Hurricane season in Miami is always tenuous, and Hurricane Irene had threatened to strike South Florida in it’s initial predictions, however turned east and instead was about 120 miles to the East of Miami – causing moderate rain throughout the day and mild winds. Tonight, … Read More →
The downtown Miami excitement surrounding the remodel of the Omni Mall (now called the Omni Shops on exterior signage) seems to have faded as the Omni Shops continue to sit empty while new retail fills along the Biscayne Corridor. A ‘white elephant’ hulking in the … Read More →