all photos are courtesy of Golden Dusk Photography
Miami gets tons of pub for its sunny and sandy beaches, but often overlooked is just how much the Magic City glows when the sun plummets and dark skies engulf the ever-changing skyline. There's nothing like a peak South Florida sunset, backdropping the bay with hues of red, pink, and orange. It almost looks like cotton candy ice cream in appearance, though that flavor is an abomination.
The stunning photos above and below are courtesy of photographer Bill Brothers of Golden Dusk Photography, captured for his new photo book titled Miami at Night, which looks like it would make a perfect addition to any coffee table.
The book's synopsis:
Miami is one of the United States' most fascinating cities. While the rest of the country endures snowstorms and cold weather, Miami is always hot and sexy. By day, the sun, sea, and Art Deco architecture highlight Miami's unique history and heritage. However, it is truly at night when the city comes alive. Miami at Night is a cityscape photography book featuring over 70 photos, including over 40 large panoramic photos that capture the essence of the energy that pulsates through nocturnal Miami. The book tells a unique visual story of the city (Brickell, Brickell Key, Key Biscayne, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, Downtown Miami, and Miami Beach) through photography at angles and vantage points that are rarely seen by the average Miamian or tourist.
· Miami at Night [Amazon]