To all my dear readers, sorry I haven't been posting new adventures lately. I have been swamped with new work and being so busy with wedding stuff. So looking back at my travel photos has become one of my little breaks from all the busy insanity in my life at the moment. Today I just wanted to share some beautiful photos I took from Vizcaya Museum and Gardens a couple months ago. Why did I choose to share these? Because it's one of the most popular venues in South Florida for weddings, shows, and events. It's so romantic that it has become a popular spot for engagement and wedding photos. While I'm preparing my wedding in Mexico I feel the need to write a post of another popular place for weddings in the states.
Vizcaya Museum and Garden was built in 1914 overlooking the Biscayne Bay in Miami. It was built to look like the James Deering's Italian Renaissance Villa. There's so much to see and explore at this place. I wandered around the gardens, enjoyed the beauty and felt like the moment was frozen in time. Its history and the architectural beauty is so breath-taking. It's a definite must to visit this stunningly beautiful estate when you go to Miami next time.
Photo Essay: Italian Renaissance in The Heart of Miami
Feb 27th, 2012 07:47 | Reply
These photos are beautiful. The location feels like a world away somewhere in the Mediterranean perhaps. Makes me want to go.
Feb 28th, 2012 14:53 | Reply
I was wondering where you went! =) Such gorgeous photos – I love Miami!
Mar 11th, 2012 20:27 | Reply
One day I want to become a professional photographer like you .
Jeff Titelius Says:
Mar 11th, 2012 22:47 | Reply
Loved this tour of these places in my home state!! And your photography brilliantly captures your experience and the magnificent architecture. Love the pic of your hubby-to-be looking out from the arch. So evocative!!
Aug 2nd, 2012 15:01 | Reply
the quality of the sun and the photography… TRES BIEN! very nice indeed. I want to go on holiday here!
Aug 2nd, 2012 20:14 | Reply
I think these photos are SPLENDID and really capture the magic of Miami and the Italian Renaissance. Love the sunlight!