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Uploaded: 08/01/17 11:10 PM GMT
The good life
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Captured at Cocoplum canal, for those not familiar with Miami, Cocoplum is one of the most exclusive areas of the Grand Miami, where the real rich people live.

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::tigger3
08/01/17 11:25 PM GMT
Carlos by the look of those motors, I would say they have lots of power, good action capture, and I like the candid take. tigs=^..^=
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+purmusic
08/01/17 11:29 PM GMT
That looks very inviting.. take me please?

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Nicely composed, Carlos.

And a well done on the technical side of things.. exposure is more than just good good. As is.. focus/clarity, et al.

I particularly like the shadows at the top and to the right-hand side. Creates, or, perhaps, enhances the negative space and that in turn, puts your subject matter at the forefront of your viewer's eyes.

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Just noticed the three (3).. count'em.. three 300 HP motors.

Nice, indeed.


Thanks for giving us a peek into the lifestyles of the rich and (maybe?) famous.

+favs for me.
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::biffobear
08/02/17 6:48 AM GMT
Yes....My summer retreat If I'm not In St Tropez...I wish R..
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::Nikoneer
08/05/17 11:14 AM GMT
Judging by the size of that boat, obviously large enough below decks for sleeping, the double pilot seat, 600 hp to push it, and what looks like a satellite enhancer for television on the roof (?)... yeah... rich folks. My wife and I were once invited to join some of her co-workers on her boss's pontoon for an early evening ride on the river (the boss lived in the "rich" part of town with built-in channels and marinas for everyone). So we putted through their subdivision, crossed the river and putted through another one, even richer. These were homes that, in Miami, would cost $5 to $6 million each ($1 to $2 million up here), with stunning back yards, decks, patios, docks, pools, tennis courts, etc., the works. It was a beautiful evening, no bugs, light breeze, fair temperature. We must have putted past a couple hundred of these mansions and saw absolutely no one outside enjoying the evening or their property... no one. I hope (and it does appear) that these rich folks you've captured here, truly enjoy what they have. A tale of our times. I'm just surprised to see that none of them is on a cell phone (then again, they don't look like teenagers ;o)

-Nik
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