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Photos: Miami As Seen From Above

Photos: Miami As Seen From Above

These photographs were taken in June 2018, and show the city while taking off and landing from Miami International Airport:

 

Departing eastbound from MIA, Melreese golf course and the Miami Intermodal Center with Coral Gables in background:

Wynwood and downtown Miami:

South Beach:

Westbound over Miami Beach:

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Take a helicopter ride its a much better way to see these views, got a groupon took my girl for xmas she loved it!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I love any aerial pictures of downtown Miami and south Florida!!! Thanks so much for sharing

marc
marc

What’s the second to last pic of?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Looks like Doral.

Marc307
Marc307

Downtown Doral – Codina.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Downtown Doral

Anonymous
Anonymous

Downtown Doral

Developer – Codina
Architect – Sieger Suarez
Master Plan – Duany Plater-Zyberk (DPZ)

Anonymous
Anonymous

DPZ and Cooper Carry formulated great New Urbanist visions for Downtown Doral, but the final result ended up being Sieger Suarez cereal boxes Le Corbusier and Robert Moses would have proposed.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Impressive suburbs with some high rises in downtown and Sunny Isles.

Dan The Man
Dan The Man

They say Miami has the third largest skyline in the USA but I was looking at some recent photos of Seattle and I have to also give that city some credit for it’s skyline. I feel like it’s right there with Miami. But Miami will always be home!😊

Anonymous
Anonymous

Haha I noticed the same about the Seattle skyline, its massive and almost looks as large as Miami’s.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Third largest in terms of skyscrapers. Plenty of cities have just as many or more high rise and looks just a impressive. There is a difference

Anonymous
Anonymous

You mean, Miami has the United States third largest skyline in terms of skyscraper height.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes

Anonymous
Anonymous

I thought that too until I went to downtown Seattle in person. Basically 3 tall skinny towers surrounded by maybe a dozen 15-20 story bldgs. I expected more. Miami and even Atlanta have more impressive skylines IMO.

Anonymous
Anonymous

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Anonymous
Anonymous

I see how easy it’s going to be to wipe out Miami and the Beaches with one badass hurricane like Andrew and a King Tide. Our land mass is barely above the waterline.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Really, you’re just now aware of Miami’s height above sea level? What have you been living in… a coconut tree?

Anonymous
Anonymous

I was relating it to the pixs which clearly show something we all have known.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Miami Springs really stands out from above. It’s a green oasis surrounded by Hialeah and airport warehouses.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Lo, great showing of Miami’s disrespect for real green space.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What a humongous city. What a waste of land expansion…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Uh, what?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agree, If Miami had New York Density it would probably expand a quarter of what we see on those pictures.

Anonymous
Anonymous

These aren’t Photographs!more like Snapshots, which should have been edited to before posting at least.

Anonymous
Anonymous

There is always someone to complain in about something..

Anonymous
Anonymous

Correcto!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not complaining, Just higher standards.
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