Exploring Fort Lauderdale’s Finest Colors

Today, Fort Lauderdale is morphing into a southern Manhattan. New York is a wonderful state and all. But, as a native Floridian, I have seen too much change related to greed and destruction, it’s heartbreaking. Our infrastructure is not set up to handle the massive traffic congestion, anyway.

on the water

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The architecture, exquisite.

Old South Florida Dania Beach Art Deco

The beautiful beaches have been hijacked from the local community. The precious moments of solitude spent in the meditation of the morning will be history soon.

capturing the moment
capturing the moment
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