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It's strange; Miami has such a ho-hum skyline. Nothing particularly definitive about it. No tall building punctuates the skyline. No iconic gem grabs your attention. And still, whenever I see it I recognize it instantly.

I'm not saying that Miami has no tall buildings or nice architecture. Just saying that it's not like New York with the ESB or Frisco with the TransAmerica building. Kind of more like Vancouver with an endless sea of non-descript apartment towers.
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It's strange; Miami has such a ho-hum skyline. Nothing particularly definitive about it. No tall building punctuates the skyline. No iconic gem grabs your attention. And still, whenever I see it I recognize it instantly.

I'm not saying that Miami has no tall buildings or nice architecture. Just saying that it's not like New York with the ESB or Frisco with the TransAmerica building. Kind of more like Vancouver with an endless sea of non-descript apartment towers.
That’s because Miami is mostly residential towers and not corporate HQs. Even speculative office space tends to be kind of blah.
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Photo I took a couple of weeks ago of Columbus.

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On the distant horizon across Lake Ontario, is that New York state barely visible, or just clouds? I've been told that you can see the Toronto skyline from New York state shoreline, so I guess it works the other way. Chicago skyline is visible from Michigan on a clear day. Skyline shots from across big bodies of water are cool. Wonder if you could see New York from Philadelphia and vis versa on a really clear day from a tall building? Boston from New York?...doubt it. But maybe Boston is visible from Provincetown on Cape Cod?

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Actually, that's Ontario. If you have a good eye, you can spot a couple of hotels from Niagara Falls (ON) on the left-ish side of the photo.
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