This west facing aerial photograph shows Key Biscayne and, on the horizon, Downtown Miami. Seen here on Key Biscayne is Crandon Park and Crandon Park Golf Course. Crandon Beach was formally a zoo, but is now a park where creatures like turtles, reptiles and birds roam freely through abandoned cages. It is a popular destination for visitors and residents alike.
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Smolski, Chet, "Key Biscayne, Miami: Aerial Photo" (1978). Browse All. 459.
Key Biscayne; harbor; Biscayne Harbor; Crandon Park; Aerial; waterfront;