The new Salvador Dali Museum is situated in an ideal direction for night time photography as its most notable feature, the glass wave, faces due east. This allows for the setting Florida sun to backlight the museum, which this time resulted in a reddish-purple sky. The extended hours on Thursday evenings allow for the lights to come on inside the museum resulting in the image seen above. In addition, the moon was rising and waxing just enough to be visible in the early twilight.
The view to the east in the evening offers an infinite gradient of blue until clouds hover on the horizon. There are almost an infinite number of ways one can photograph the palm trees reflected in the glass wave as well.
If you are looking for an outstanding new location to make photographs in the Tampa Bay area, I highly recommend visiting the Dali Museum with your DSLR and tripod on an evening very soon.