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Road signs in South Florida March 7, 2019

Posted by Mike C. in Personal, Photography, Travel.

I recently spent six days in South Florida for my cousin David’s wedding to Talia in Key Biscayne. There was plenty of travel involved, which meant I saw road signs I hadn’t seen in a decade or ever.

I photographed along Interstate 95, 195, and 595, the Sawgrass Expressway (FL 869), A1A, and other state roads, and up and down South Miami Avenue and SW 1st Avenue in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood. Friends and relatives stayed at the Atton Brickell Miami hotel ahead of the wedding.

I also photographed the skyline, clouds, aircraft, landmarks, a Bass Pro Shops location, and of course, the aforementioned friends and relatives. However, with this one exception…

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My new cousin-in-law Talia shared one of my pictures from her wedding to David Saturday evening in Key Biscayne. If you know me on Facebook, I have many more pics in an extensive album, as well as a musical slideshow.

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…this post is limited to road sign pictures, provided the cars’ license plates aren’t visible. Let’s begin.

I-95 north:

I-95 south:


I-195 east:

I-595 west:

I-595 east:

Sawgrass Expressway (FL 869) north:

Sawgrass Expressway (FL 869) South:

Florida’s Turnpike south:

A1A north:

Walking through Brickell:

Other signs:

That concludes this photographic journey through the traveling portion of my Florida trip. Congratulations to David and Talia.


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