#art, «The Miami Beach Boardwalk…» (Fine Art Print)

(Image by and property of FBC/All Rights Reserved)

This is a historic photograph that I took back in 2016 when there was still a boardwalk that enhanced the beauty of the coastline of Miami Beach. Unfortunately the City Commission thought it would be better to tear it down and replace it with a «beach walk» of cement. Progress!

In any event, this image, here converted into a poster print, is now available in my gallery at Fine Art America and available to all at a very reasonable, and affordable price. Here is a lot more


For a little more about historical Miami Beach, Florida, check this out:

(2022-If you watched and liked, don’t forget to give it a «like», thank you)


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  1. pedmar10 dice:

    hahaha south Beach in the 1970’s was nothing than old hotels old people desolate place that I visited until the art deco movement change it now is just another place again I am afraid.

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    1. Yes, in the 70’s it was as you said, I remember, but later, late 80’s and 90’s it was a good place, with many interesting places to go to to eat, galleries, shops et cetera, then came the corporate explosion that has destroyed it, along with the «Urban» music (Hip-Hop) festivals on Memorial Day! I could not wait to get out of South Beach!

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      1. pedmar10 dice:

        All creations of money but no soul prefer my frenchies in coconut grove.

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    1. Thank you so much Sir! Hope you’ve a great day!

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  2. equipsblog dice:

    Love the old board walk. Great image. We were in South Beach a few years ago and I recognize some of the views in your video.

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    1. Thank you Pat. It would be hard to recognise the old South Beach of the 1980’s after say, 2005… but the beauty of the nature is still (mostly) there…

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