Florida

The Dames Point Bridge

It’s been a while since we had a good bridge shadow, so here is the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward bridge – more commonly known as the Dames Point bridge, in Jacksonville, Florida. Opened in 1989, the 2 mile long bridge is…

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Tuesday, 10th January 2006

Coral Gables Venetian Pool

In 1924 this former coral rock quarry near Miami was transformed into Coral Gables Venetian Pool, complete with cascading waterfalls, coral rock caves and a palm-fringed island. Apparently it is the only pool in the US to be included in…

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Friday, 16th December 2005

Mission San Luis de Apalachee

Mission San Luis de Apalachee is a reconstruction of a 17th century Spanish Mission right in the middle of Tallahassee, Florida. Sightseer Shannon said: I worked as an archaeological tech out there a few years ago. The thing that looks…

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Saturday, 15th October 2005

Kona

This is Kona Skatepark in Jacksonville, Florida. It’s a famous location among skateboarders, and also made a great level in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4. From up here, you can make out the halfpipe, the skatebowls (including the pink one,…

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Saturday, 20th August 2005

Florida Water Thing

Anyone know what this weird thing in Florida is? It’s huge anyway (zoom in all the way), and seems to involve a lot of water… Possibly some sort of power plant maybe? Thanks: Magnus Schmidt

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Monday, 18th July 2005

American Airlines Arena, Miami

The American Airlines Arena in Miami is where the Miami Heat play and there’s a giant plane drawn on the roof. Thanks: nat, Jay Soffian & Markus Jany

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Tuesday, 5th July 2005
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