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Miami At Night Book Review – Captures the Silky Colors and Pulsating Heat of The Magic City

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Miami At Night, from Schiffer Publishing and author Bill Brothers, bring together a vibrant nocturnal explosion of pulsating neon’s rising with the dusk filling the nighttime skyline with golden, enchanted sunsets, truly magnificent cityscapes bursting with life.

Author Bill Brothers, whose photography fills the 127 pages, offers stunning and never before seen images of what most residents and tourists would pass without notice.

Divided into four sections, Miami at Night begins with Brickell and Brickell Key; Part 2 is filled with the awesome splendor of Key Biscayne, Coral Gables and Coconut Grove; Part 3 the energetic city beat of Downtown Miami and Part 4 captures Miami Beach, the pulsating neon’s, silky colors and as far as the eye can see horizons, with red-gold, awe-inspiring sunsets.

With more than 70 photographs Brothers takes on nocturnal Miami and awakens the senses to the magnificence of neighborhoods, of concrete structures lighting up like the explosive cultures that blend into one pulsating night-time beat.


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With landscapes and skylines as luminous and colorful as Miami, Brothers uses a wide, panoramic lens to give the reader a complete view. Expanding the photo over two pages provides the fullness of the landscape, the architecture, the famous Ocean drive or any of the numerous beautiful double page, spreads.

Famous for the Art Deco buildings, Brothers includes stimulating photos of the famed the Welcome to Miami Beach sign, Ocean Drive splashed with the flamboyant and brilliant colors known the world over as synonymous to Miami Beach.

Eye-popping, tropical colors, flamingo pinks, turquoise, tangerines, canary yellow, aqua, fuchsia, coral all the colors of Miami which translate into warm coastal waters, calm sea breeze, sophisticated lifestyles, fun-loving freedoms all come together in the 127 pages.

Miami’s architecture, a combination of contemporary and deco, in every color of the rainbow, come alive at night with spotlights of pinks, reds, golds, blues, bathing these stunning designs with an evening look and nighttime life beyond the functionality of the daytime.

Neon nights offset the vibrant daytime colors of a city that fuses the modern and contemporary with the Art Deco period on the 1920’s and 1930’s. Miami is a sensory city, full of exotic and exceptional sights. Brothers, takes the time to find the perfect photo to bring the heightened sensual experience to life. The collection of photography was shot over a two year period.

Miami, mi Miami, remains a visually seductive city, captivating vivid colors; Palm trees that evoke the image of warm sunny days, calm sea breezes and equally alluring summer nights, the feeling of vitality, of energy, of vivacious appeal. Miami, the city of magic, casts its inviting, invigorating spell welcoming all.


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Miami at Night,provides the opportunity to see Miami vicariously, through the lens of the photographer, the gorgeous landscape, cityscapes, nocturnal dreamscapes that make up the greater Miami area, a palette of revitalizing urban charm, knock out tropical colors, a warm summer nights nearly year round.

Miami At Night is available at better bookstores, through online retailers and through Schiffer Publishing. Author Bill Borthers lives in the Miami area and operates Golden Dusk Photography.

 

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