In the news business, the days leading up to Christmas can be deadly boring.
Most of the big shots have taken the week off. And those left to do the grunt work, aren't eager to turn over any rocks that might contain a story that could have them working until midnight on Christmas eve.
Twenty one years ago tomorrow, I was dispatched by the AP to a rundown warehouse in Miami's fashion district to photograph a major DEA drug seizure.
The seizure - as far as I can tell - didn't even rate a mention in the Herald.
But as you can see, it does occasionally snow in Miami.
Merry Christmas from Random Pixels.