Wynwood Walls, Miami.

On the bus
On the bus

I’ll apologise now for the number of images here, all I can say is this place was a big highlight of our trip to Miami last year. It was our 20th wedding anniversary and we spent a week in Florida, based at South Beach in the Art Dec District then used the open top buses to get around.

Street Art is everywhere.
Street Art is everywhere.
Wall Art
Wall Art
Great Stuff
Great Stuff
Detail
Detail
In the courtyard.
In the courtyard.
Big Scale.
Big Scale.
Cool Ideas.
Cool Ideas.
Views Everywhere.
Views Everywhere.
Beautiful place to stroll around.
Beautiful place to stroll around.
Garage Art.
Garage Art.
Amazing Ideas.
Amazing Ideas.
Just the whole building. She was suspicious.
Just the whole building. She was suspicious.
Detail.
Detail.
All over the place.
All over the place.
Grey scale.
Grey scale.
Inside the gallery.
Inside the gallery.

One final image, before you all die of picture overload. A view over the beach from our hotel, amazing skies as the clouds come and go. I’ll follow-up with a walk around Miami in another post.

Views from where we were.
Views from where we were.

This was just one stop on the week, so many memories of the place. So there is more to follow. We did keep in with out tradition of trying to find the unusual and different places to go, so I have lots of pictures from the trip. Choosing the ones to go in a book is proving harder than usual. For now, I hope you enjoyed the artwork, and that you get out and find some local to you. There is art everywhere you look, get out and find it.

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