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I was in Miami last week for the first time. I was there on business and didn't have much time to explore, so most of these shots are limited to a couple of downtown areas: the Miami River and around Bicentennial Park. I had a great time and look forward to my next trip down here.
Without further ado, part 1 of my take on Miami:
I think I'm looking through to the financial district; maybe a local can confirm:
I really liked this tree-lined path along the Miami River:
The Metromover crossing over the river:
This is a nice little system. It's free and takes you all around downtown.
Looking over at Dodge Island, where all the cargo and cruise ship terminals are:
The amazing cloud formations added a real majesty to the views: