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What happened when we entered Miami into the black and white challenge

We wanted in on the black and white challenge going ’round the Interwebs, so we asked you to tag us in your favorite photos of the Magic City, sans color.

The submissions had us looking at the city a little differently. You notice a lot more details when you’re not overwhelmed by the blue-green water or the pastels of Miami Beach buildings (we know our life is tough).

These are our seven favorites from your submissions – plus one bonus that isn’t quite black and white, but put a fresh spin on the 305 anyways.

The Standard looks even more classic in these tones.

We love the shadow play of these palms behind the Peréz Art Museum Miami.

And this totally different perspective.

The Miami River rarely gets the attention it deserves.

It’s not a SoFlo photo collection without a picture of a giant reptile.

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Miami native 🐊

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Or a photo of boats.

We like how Steph Estrada highlighted the less glamorous side of Miami, too.

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After Irma || #shootfilm #ilfordhp5 #35mm

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And although this one isn’t really black and white, we decided to throw a bonus one in.

What’s a Miami photo collection with a little bit of Miami Beach throwback glamor?

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Stroll on South Beach

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