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
Category Archives: Miami at night
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 skyline changes on a regular basis through the color shift of the Bank of America building. This week, the golden hue of the BOA building in downtown Miami against a cloudy sunset of dark blue skies made for a beautiful photograph.
Sometimes, Miami at night is magical – as captured in this portion of a grand panorama. Medium Resolution (1679px wide) To see the full thing, click the image below for a small version of the full Downtown Miami Panorama (1679px wide): High Resolution or click … Read More →
Miami’s a proud city, and the Park Place by the Bay building has turned their lights to a red, white and blue theme – assumedly for the Fourth of July. Such a beautiful night, I took a few additional photos so you can also see … Read More →
The Miami Dade Police Department seemingly have had the West end of the Venetia Causeway clogged up with a traffic stop for over several months now. Most of the time the Police are doing nothing. The rest of the time they pull over a few … Read More →
Miami is unusually quiet tonight, especially after a basketball game. But tonight, as you must already know, the Heat lost the 2011 NBA Finals. While in downtown, I was able to capture the Bank of America building in an unusual two-tone on it’s Eastern exposure. … Read More →
McArthur Causeway crosses Biscayne Bay to Miami Beach, with a spatter of islands in-between. The first island on which you arrive is Watson Island. Home of Jungle Island (formerly Parrot Jungle), this is the first “bend” when crossing the causeway. At night, the rich colors … Read More →