Or cry as you see what's left of the Orange Bowl.
Right now there's obviously not a lot going on, but it should be interesting to eventually watch the stadium slowly rise out of the ground.
The Marlins New Ballpark webcam is located on the roof of the Robert King High Towers Building, located at 1401 NW 7th Street. The camera, which was manufactured by "EarthCam", provides high-speed, Multi-Megapixel images that are archived for remote viewing. Click on "Camera Control" to the left of the main image and zoom in and out. You can also click on the archive tab to look back in time. The camera's orientation is from North to South and images are updated every 15 minutes. Enjoy!
The new ballpark's footprint will have a south-east orientation, with unobstructed views of Miami's skyline made possible by six operable glass panels. The ballpark will be located on the parcel of land bordered by NW 6th Street to the north, NW 4th Street to the south, NW 16th Avenue to the west and NW 14th Avenue to the east. With a capacity of approximately 37,000 seats, the retractable roof, air-conditioned ballpark will be built on 928,000 square feet on the former Orange Bowl site. The ballpark will celebrate Opening Day in April 2012 and will attract a wide variety of events throughout the entire calendar year.