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havok100

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Miami has been experiencing some great weather, so I decided to take a drive around town. Here are some pictures of Brickell, SOBe. Enjoy

ESB and Four Seasons together

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ESB Alone

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The density of this area has changed drastically since 1998 when I first moved here. I remember when Mellon United formerly Barclays was under construction. Amazing

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The New Brickell- 4Seasons, Jade with the wings, ESB, Brickell View, The Mark, The Club at Brickell Bay U/C and many more...

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I decided to end my afternoon at Monty's on the Beach in SoBe. After having a drink and some food I captured an amazing sunset setting between the buildings of Brickell.

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Love the last picture with the sunset! Sunset on water makes for awsome photography!

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Great pics! I see there's lots of construction cranes around Miami :). The building boom continues.

And Welcome to the forum, havok100!

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Miami has been experiencing some great weather

Miami.....great weather? Wow...you're right...that IS unusual. Glad you got to enjoy it before it goes away! :P

Nice pics though. Enjoy the city every time I visit.

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Nice pictures. Miami does have some very good looking skyscrapers. I still think they should slow down a little. The combination of natural beauty and buildings is cool, and I'd hate to see it get overwhelmed with too much building.

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^ I would prefer they build up more, get densier, its not as if they are tearing down trees and paving over the everglades, its more like infill in the existing infrastructure.

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I don't live there so it's only an opinion. I have seen beach areas ruined by shadows and overpopulation from skyscrapers (hotels) in places like the Bahamas and Mexico. The Miami area is very confined by water so it runs the risk of becoming so dense and populated that it is hard to enjoy what natural beauty is left.

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Beautiful photos, especially the blue skyscraper towering above a resident's home.

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