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This is from a little tourboat ride down biscayne bay in Miami. The pictures didn't turn out as well as I hoped, but here they are.

The boat, the "Heritage of Miami"; an old sailing vessel from Miami's past.

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We got all kinds of boats around here in all kinds of sizes

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The view around Bayside

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For Lakelander, the Omni area

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Dowtown Miami

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The One Miami towers under construction

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South Beach, Fisher Island and the Port on the other side of the bay.

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The entrance to the Miami River, Brickell Key and Brickell on the River construction

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notice the destruction of the Dupont plaza.

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A triumvirate of Miami River construction

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This Sheraton hotel was just purchased and will probably turn into twin 50+ towers.

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Brickell

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Florida's tallest

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Southern Brickell

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A few skyline shots from further out

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Coconut Grove

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Edgewater area of Coral Gables

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thanks for the comments all.

The tallest was originally called the Millinium for marketing purposes but is better known as the 4 Seasons. It's a hotel with a large condo portion and some office as well. There's also a gym.

The Wachovia was the previous tallest and is still the largest office building in florida when you consider floor area.

There's a chance that Met3, a condo building will outdistance them all, but we'll have to wait till they finish to see. It'll go between the Wachovia and the Bank of America (the curved building with snowflakes) downtown.

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