I asked my friend to take me to the best spot for night photography in Miami.
That’s what he came up with.
On the footprints of Ernest Hemingway.
Tiny alley in Key West, Florida.
This Island of the “Keys” hosts the Southernmost point in the continental United States, the house of Ernest Hemingway and magnificent skies
“Time is the longest distance between two places” Tennessee Williams
Road known for the Art Deco buildings, fancy bars and never-ending nightlife
Originally a Jewish neighborhood, this area of Miami experienced a large number of Cubans refugees, whose migration had a peak in the 1960s.
This wall in Little Havana represents a thankful tribute from the Cuban community to the USA, that accepted the refugees giving them shelter.
The area offers Cuban food, products and specialties, in particular handmade cigars and “cortaditos”.
Fancy bars on the left, ocean on the right.
The most iconic boulevard in Miami Beach.
Also nicknamed SoBe, this world famous beach is located in the south part of Miami Beach island.
Not the classic postcard image of Miami Beach on a sunny day.
Daytona Beach is famous for being the main destination for motorsports fans in Florida.
NASCAR has got its Headquarters here.
International Speedway hosts many different races, among them the famous Daytona 500, the most prestigious race in NASCAR.
One of the few beaches in the world where you can spot a speed limit sign, as motorized vehicles are allowed to drive on the beach in restricted areas