Nothing draws crowds like a controlled implosion.
The Florida Power and Light company dramatically altered the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., skyline on Tuesday by demolishing one of the city's historic landmarks -- the 1960s-era Port Everglades power plant.
According to the Palm Beach Post, FPL used 450 pounds of dynamite to bring down the plants 350-foot high smoke stacks and 7,500-ton boilers.
The company plans construct a more energy-efficient natural gas plant in its place, which it said would "save FPL customers hundreds of millions of dollars in fuel costs."
Here's a close-up of the destruction:
National Geographic said Tuesday that FPL's move toward natural gas is part of a growing trend throughout the country. Energy companies are demolishing aging coal-burning plants to make way for more efficient facilities.