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Saying Goodbye To South Florida

After just over a month in South Florida, my time having fun in the sun is finally coming to an end. I was excited to leave the brutally frigid Toronto winter and embrace the warm, tropical Miami air. I had my usual list compiled of all the places I wanted to shoot as I always do before I venture anywhere. However, my list doesn’t usually get fulfilled for one reason or another due to unforeseen circumstances. I often take for granted the amount of time I have to complete my wish-list.

In Miami I was fortunate to have stayed in a condo situated 48 stories up in the downtown area (as I mentioned in a previous article) which was facing due west and perfect for capturing sunsets. Every evening that I was at my temporary abode, I would patiently watch the sky hoping to capture something spectacular through my lens.

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Downtown Miami | 1 sec at f/9, ISO 100 shot on Canon 70D |

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Amazing Locations: Key West, Florida

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For those who are not very familiar with geography, Key West is a tiny island at the end of the “keys” in Florida (Take a look at the map). The keys are an archipelago of very small islands connected by a dozen of bridges. It’s the state route number 1 in Florida and the old town of key west is the mile 0. One of the bridges is called the “7 mile bridge”. No need to tell you why. I got the chance to visit this marvelous city last june, let me take you to a city tour in this very exotic and photogenic atmosphere! Continue reading Amazing Locations: Key West, Florida