Miami Design District –
I uploaded these to Facebook, then realized I may as well post them here!
I wish I’d realized I was going to post any of this… there were so many things to take photos of but I only shot a few, and then decided to post them. I intend to go back and get more photos another time.
This black and white building looked as though it housed a number of studios or businesses.
This building cracked me up because the text was painted on free-hand, and all the ‘grout lines’ are just painted.
Heading north on US1 Hwy
I am checking out mainland Florida for relocation, so I chose to avoid the freeways and just stuck to US1: Starting from Miami I puttered through Miami Shores… Hollywood… Dania Beach… Ft. Lauderdale… on up to an end point of Boynton Beach. This first image illustrates city beautification progress in Dania Beach where they have been planting new palms along US1.
These were in Ft. Lauderdale
I call this one “Unintentional Sculpture”. This is actually a photo collage, just in case someone thinks a building actually looks like this. I took the photo from two angles, then stuck them together. It’s like mushrooms on a log.
Somewhere on US1
My major stop was in Delray Beach where there is a developing artist area called Artist Alley. The creative touch of the artists can be seen all around town.
The signature on this wooden fish was Norman Radin.
I added the text below. I saw the parallel and went with it.
This camera shop seemed to have a drive-up window!
I love buildings that are barely buildings.
This airstream trailer is the kitchen at a bar called The Backyard. I thought I would go to check it out, but I only made it as far as the parking lot. Why do bars think the music should be SO LOUD?!?
I’m not sure where this concrete block wall was, but it was part of a combination antique store/convenience store (antique store is a stretch). This is downright decorative for concrete!
These last photos are of my hotel room tonight. Sixty bucks… so…
I know you want to see her closer. She could aspire to be the silhouette of someone from Avatar, don’tcha think? (Well, the head is too small but she could be filmed from above so it looks bigger.)
The walls aren’t the only party in my room. Check out the ceiling.