Friday, June 6, 2008

STL CDPB On The Road: Miami Beach

I'm attending a professional conference in Miami Beach, a very distracting place. It's very hot in the bright tropical summer sun but I just have to get out and shoot it. The South Beach district is renown for its Art Deco buildings in pastel colors, international clientèle, fabulous beaches and, shall we say, liberated lifestyle. This is a commercial building on Collins venue, the main street. There is a set of Florida pictures on Flickr that I will add to in coming days.

TOMORROW: The Penguin

3 comments:

Olivier said...

architecture très spéciale, on voit que l'architecte a pensé a tout, même aux trous pour les palmiers ;o)

very special architecture, we see that the architect thought has everything, even the holes for palm ;o)

Jilly said...

A painting by David Hockney! Fabulous.

Bibi said...

Love this; especially the holes for the palms...