Phillip Pessar is already a local superstar on Flickr, where he points his camera lens at landmarks all around the Magic City. However, if you're expecting photos of Miami's soaring skyscrapers and hoity-toity hotels on his Instagram feed, you'll be sorely disappointed. There's some of that, but the bulk of the 58-year-old photographer's work documents the Miami we remember as children and which is quickly disappearing to make room for residents with little sentimental attachment to the city. Yes, Pessar's oeuvre includes that old-school Dairy Queen your dad used to take you to, and it includes the seedy Okeechobee Road motels you walked by on your way to school. And though Pessar isn't as active on Instagram as Flickr, his feed is a good primer for his work and will probably lead you to his extensive Flickr collection, where you can easily spend half a day looking through all the photos. "I'm trying to keep the memory of the few things that are left in South Florida that have been here for 40 years but are disappearing little by little," he recently told New Times. Get ready for the tsunami of nostalgia you're about to feel.