It is by the sweet and salty waters, that are slowly flowing through the Everglades, that the river of grass falls into lake Okechobee, and subsequently into the Miami River, navigating its path into the sea.
Miami River a man made canal force - 5.5 miles long. Started as a natural stream and now holds the industrial cargo ships next to the Airport and the Port of Miami. Through its path I encounter a livelihood of a city that keeps growing and a history that forms us.
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