I’m participating in another Shadow Shot Sunday. This time, I’m showing the walk I took down Ocean Drive in Miami Beach, Florida. Ocean Drive is part of the South Beach neighborhood. It all sounds very complicated. All you need to know it that this area is hot, gorgeous, and features a lot of amazing art deco hotels and other buildings. The structures are in original condition and boast an array of pastel colors.
This hotel is a great example of art deco style, with its geometric shapes, sharp lines, and streamlined curves.
This large building is illuminated with lights. The palms add softness and remind me that I was, in fact, in the tropics.
This building had a subtle light show. The color of the facade slowly changed from green to blue to purple to red to orange.
I loved the corner detailing on these two buildings and the beautiful palms that adorned its entry.
People kept photographing this home and I finally learned what all the fuss was about. It’s a hotel now but was once the residence of fashion designer Gianni Versace. (Sadly, he was gunned down on the steps of his home in 1997.) This is one of the most photographed homes in America.
As soon as the sun disappeared, beautiful, wealthy people flooded Ocean Drive. They arrived in Lamborginis and Bentleys and were ready for a night on the town. That was my cue to head home. It’s a great place but it’s hard to keep up.
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