Weekly Photo Challenge – New Horizon

I resolve every year never to spend another cold winter freezing my indiscretions off, whether my wish is granted or not is a different matter. However, at the beginning of 2016 my husband and I took it upon ourselves to avoid the huge blizzard, nicknamed ‘Snowzilla’, that was to engulf the East Coast, and instead spent the week of its reigning terror avoiding it in the sun, and sometimes warm rain of Miami’s South Beach. When we returned the world had started spinning again and thankfully most of the snow was gone from the roads, and we still had power in our apartment. I dare say we may have to suffer whatever snows come our way this coming New Year, but I can continue to dream and hope for winter sunshine and heat. Ever looking ahead to warmer weather over that new horizon, and to the day we return to Miami.















South Beach, Miami, Florida, January 2016.


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8 thoughts

  1. As much as I like clouds—and yours are gorgeous—the photo of the diner is far and away my favorite. I grew up in Ft. Lauderdale in the ’50s & ’60s and the Neon lights and Art Deco styles still resonate with me today when I see something like your photo. Truly magnificent.

    Thanks for the memories,

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    • Thank you, Allan!

      Truth be told the diner shot is my favourite of the series too. I’m more of a street shooter than I am a scenic or landscape photographer. Like you I love the Art Deco styles in Miami too; and the neon lights there were a real treat. Neon is not something you see much of anymore unfortunately. These old diners are becoming a bit of a theme whenever I see one, and I often stop to take pictures of them.

      Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I really appreciate it.

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