Photo of the Week: Downtown Miami by Night

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Sorry guys I was very busy at work and didn’t had really a chance to get back to blogging. A couple of weeks ago I started the “Photo of the Week” project here on my blog. I want to share every Sunday another picture. I will try to keep it related to my current travels or hot topics. This week it is Downtown Miami by Night.

This photo was taken on the bridge between Miami and Watson Island. It is pretty convenient to get to this location even with my gear. I was able to park directly under the bridge and from there it’s just a short walk up the walkway to a good photo spot to frame Downtown Miami. This spot is great for pictures during day and night.

Downtown Miami by Night
Downtown Miami by Night

The walkway and bridge section on Watson Island was rebuilt a couple of years ago and looks great. However when you cross the sidewalk over the bridge and get into Miami it looks like a dead-end and not really friendly for pedestrians. They should have improved that section as well and not just one side.

Tip: Dont chain your bike to the bridge and leave it unattended. There won’t be much left once you get back.

Lonely Bike in MIA


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  • […] In Miami it’s easy to watch the cruise ship docked at the port or entering and leaving it through the Main Channel. Right parallel to the Port runs the MacArthur Causeway and you can stop on Watson¬†Island to watch the ships in the port. I love this spot, because it is very close to the waterfront and you can drive right up to it. You shouldnt have problems finding parking and there are no fees for parking either. This is great if you want to bring your camera gear to take pictures of the ships and you don’t have to carry it all over the place. Watson Island and the bridge back to Miami gives you a good vantage point for pictures of Miami by day and night. […]


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