Monday, April 25, 2016
Here is a brief look at NW 36st in the airport area. Some buildings were torn down recently so this is a new and probably temporary view. There is an interesting shot of an airplane next to a hanger that looks like it’s out of commission. I wonder if their neighbors are complaining about having a junk vehicle on the property?
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
In July of 2015 the Nike Missile IFC HM-95 site which some people know as the Krome Penit or the “insane asylum” was completely torn down. It was located on Krome Avenue just south of the Tamiami Trail. The building was constructed by the army in the early 1960’s in response to the Cuban Missile Crisis. In the 1980’s it was used as a refugee camp which then converted into a federal detention center. By 1992 the facility was abandoned due to damages caused by Hurricane Andrew. Since then it became a underground playground for graffiti artist and paintballers. Some people have claimed to of seen ghosts out there.
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
This is a new photo series we are starting on Myami305.com. It is called Myami Avenue. The idea is “What you see and experience just driving around the city”. There is a lot of life happening at every intersection in Myami. We are going to dig into this subject like no one ever has. Let the exploration begin.