This Dallas vintage Pegasus show a close up with the Reunion Tower in the background as it appears to hoover over the city. The vintage Pegasus and the Reunion Tower are both official lankmarks for the city of Dallas and a toursit destination of things to see. Many come downtown to see these two iconic structures. The Vintage Pegasus has stood on top of the Magnolia Petroleum Building or Magnolia hotel since 1934 till 1999 when it came down due to damage over the years and and was replaced with a new flying horse which sits on top of the Magnoila Hotel today. It seem fitting to display the Pegasus as a Vintage Pegasus since this landmark has been around for a very long time. However in 2011 a group of Dallas artist and entreprenuers reconditioned the orginal flying horse back to life and it was place on an oil derrick in front of the Omni Hotel in downtown Dallas. Dallas pegasus have been a sense of pride for the people living here especially in the early 1940’s through 1999 as it came to be a become that you were home once you saw it. When the Magnolia was built it was the tallest building in Dallas so you could see the Pegasus from quite a distance. Now we have two Dallas Pegasos flying high over the Dallas skyline. The whole story of the pegasus came from greek mythology.
Fort Worth Skyline BW Pano with Seventh Street Bridge – An aerial panorama BW Fort Worth skyline with the Seventh Street bridge as it crosses the Trinity River in downtown in BW. The 7th street bridge was lighted up nicely so it really popped in this image of the cityscape as it crosses the Trinity River in black and white. Fort Worth is the fifth largest city in Texas. Fort Worth is located in central north part of Texas and the county seat is Tarrant County. The latest census is that the population for Fort Worth is estimates, at around 854,113. The city is the second-largest in the Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington metropolitan area or the DFW Metro.
Dallas Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge Reflection Pano – This is a reflection of the Dallas Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge vertical panorama with its reflection in the water of the Trinity river after dark in downtown. The Dallas Margaret Hunt bridge was completed in 2012 and has become a big tourist attraction for the city. Dallas historical importance was due the city locations as a transportation hub for cotton and oil and being located along the railroad. Dallas is the third most populous city in Texas behind Houston and San Antonio. Dallas is also one of the fastest growing cities in Texas. Today Dallas host many fortune 500 companies, and is know for it high tech industries.
We love Austin Skyline in the fall and this aerial pano show off the very urban Austin skyline that captures the downtown and all the high rise buildings hugging the shoreline of Lady Bird Lake with the city and IH35 in view. Again the water had this nice reflection of the clouds and high rise buildings in the water along with the colorful fall trees along the banks. This image capture this urban landscape of the Austin Skyline from the east side and shows some of the citys tallest buildings like the Austonian, the new Fairmont Hotel, with the top of the Frost just barely peeking above the crowd along the shoreline. Also you can see the Frank Erwin Center and the UT stadium along IH35 to name just a few things seen in this cityscape. Until they finish the Independent the Austonian will remain the tallest in town at least for another year or more. You can just barely see the top of the State Capitol trying to peek above all the other high rise buildings in downtown but it is there at least for now. Austin is the fastest growing city in the US and the 11th most populous city and is the seat of the Texas State Capitol. At the last census this urban city had a population of just over 947,000 and growing. beecreekphoto.com
Aerial Houston Skyline pano at night along IH45 in downtown area aand gives us a birdsey view using an aerial of the cityscape along the highway as you see when you come into downtown. This image show IH45 along with the Aquarium with its colorful ferris wheel plus the city hall with it rainbow of colors among the modern high rise skyscrapers. Houston has some of the tallest buildings in the southern US and the tallest buildings in Texas. This city has a lot to offer from it culture events, parks, to it business friendly enviorment you can find it all here. The best way to see the city is from above with an aerial of the Houston skyline where you can see a different view than from the ground.
Another fall aerial view of Austin skyline from high up that captures the downtown and all the high rise buildings hugging the shoreline of Lady Bird Lake with the city in view. The water had this nice reflection of the clouds and high rise buildings reflected in the water along with the wonderful fall colors in the trees along the banks. This image capture this urban landscape of the Austin Skyline from the east side and shows some of the city’s tallest buildings like the Austonian, with the top of the Frost just barely peeking above the crowd along the shoreline. Until they finish the Independent the Austonian will remain the tallest in town at least for another year or more. Austin is the fastest growing city in the US and the 11th most populous city and is the seat of the Texas State Capitol. At the last census this urban city had a population of just over 947,000 and growing.
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