Check out some of the Best Coastal Landscape Photos from the Georgia Coast and Pensacola Florida. These are just a few images of our travels to Georgia and Florida. We capture these images along the Georgia coast at Jekyll Island Driftwood Beach, St. Simons Island and Pensacola Beach in Florida.
Pensacola Lifeguard Station Sunset – Sunset at Pensacola Beach with Lifeguard Station almost a silouette again the oranges, yellows, and pinks in the colorful sky. This scene at Pensacola beach at gulf. Pensacola Beach is a Florida resort community on the Gulf Coast barrier island of Santa Rosa. Pensacola beach is know for it white-sand beaches include Opal Beach, part of Gulf Islands National Seashore. Pensacola Beach Boardwalk has shops, eateries and, nearby, the Pensacola Beach Pier stretches into the Gulf of Mexico. West is the 1834 Fort Pickens
Dallas McDermott Bridge Reflection Pano 007 – The new Margaret McDermott Bridge with Dallas skyline at twilight. We captured this after a rain storm so there was water in the Trinity for a nice reflection of the city of Dallas with the Margaret McDermott bridge. This downtown Dallas bridge is suspended with two arches over the Trinity River previously IH30 and is part of the Trinity project partially designed by Santiago Calatrava. Also this bridge in downtown Dallas is also designed to accomodate a pedestrian and bike path to join the the area other hike and bike trails. We took this of the Dallas skyline at twilight but it was not an easy shot I had to climb up the side of levy then down again on the other side and then wade into the water to capture this image of the Dallas skyline with the Margaret McDermont bridge to create this nice reflection in the water. We have many Dallas picture with skylines in panoramas along with many others in our gallery. To see more Dallas pictures please be sure to check out our web site at beeceekphoto.com
Here are some of our best Houston skylines panorama images for 2019!
Aerial Houston Skyline Panorama
Aerial Houston Skyline Night Pano
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Houston Sunset Skyline Pano – Capture this aerial panorama of Houston Sunset Skyline right as the sun was setting and as it was going down it started to back light these wonderful clouds over the city with these wonderful colors of orange, pinks and yellows. We wanted to capture downtown Houston skyline with IH45 in view so an aerial was our best option so this area of the cityscape is looking at the Theater district of the city. Houston also has a reputation of a place to see top notched performing art along with access to several museums in the area. The Theater distric performing art has nine major performing art group along with six performance halls. You can see Opera, a plays, the ballet and any number of music events including the well known Houston Symphony Orchestra. Houston is a large city with a population around 2.3 million people which makes it the fourth most populous city in the US and the biggest in Texas and the southern US. The skyline of Houston is a very impressive site with some of the tallest modern skyscrapers buildings in the US. In this image you can see the Heritage Plaza, Chevron, Wells Fargo and the tallest building in Houston the J P Morgan Chase Tower at 1002 ft and it is the 17 tallest in the US. Houston is the seat of Harris county and was founded in 1837 near the banks of the Buffalo Bayou or Allen Landing as it is called today. The city was name after General San Houston after he won the battle of San Jacinto. Houston has been a growing city because of the port of houston and railroads along with oil boom from the early 1901. Houston has other industry that have made it thrive in america such as energy, manufacturing, aeronautics, and transportation. Also NASA mission control is located in the city. Houston has also taken the lead on health care with many people coming to the Medical Center for top notch doctors and hospital with the latest advancement in medical care. Houston stock.
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Houston Skyline Sunrise Glow Pano – Houston Skyline panorama as the sunrise was just showing some color behind the city giving it this nice glow. This Houston skyline panorama show off all the city tallest skycrapers in this compact downtown view along the Buffalo Bayou. The Houston skyline has some of the tallest buildings in the southern US. In this Houston downtown capture you can see the Heritage Plaza, Chevron, Wells Fargo and the tallest building in Houston the J P Morgan Chase Tower at 1002 ft and it is the 17 tallest in the US. Houston downtown is the seat of Harris county and was founded in 1837 near the banks of the Buffalo Bayou or Allen Landing as it is called today. The city of Houston was name after General Sam Houston after he won the battle of San Jacinto. The city of Houston has been a growing city because of the port of houston and railroads along with oil boom from the early 1901. Houston downtown has other industry that have made it thrive in america such as energy, manufacturing, aeronautics, and transportation. Also NASA mission control is located in the city. Houston has also taken the lead on health care with many people coming to the Medical Center for top notch doctors and hospital with the latest advancement in medical care. For more images of Houston like this check out our gallery where we have many more aerial Skylines of Houston.
Best images of the San Antonio Skyline! Please free to check out our San Antonio skylines gallery along with other pics of texas skylines. These are just a few of our images from San Antonio, Enjoy!
San Antonio Skyline Sunset Panorama – Another capture of San Antonio skyline at sunset panorama just after the sun went down in the sky. You can see the sunset colors in the reflection of new Frost Tower. We have been trying different angles to capture the city skyline with the new Frost Tower in view. The Frost sits at 300 feet in height, it is the 11th tallest in the city. In this image is historic Tower Life building, along with the tallest building in the city the Tower of America a city landmark since it was built for the Hemisphere in the late 1960.
San Antonio Skyline Night Pano – San Antonio Skyline at night which we took from a good distance from the downtown part of the city. This San Antonio skyline image has the new Frost Tower along with all the other city landmarks like the tallest building Tower of Americas, the Life tower, the marriort, BBVA Compass Bank and the many building with the colorful lights on them. San Antonio is the second most populated city in Texas it is located in central texas on the edge of the hill country. Many toursit come here to visit the Alamo, or to visit the lively riverwalk not to mention the mission park through out the city.
San Antonio Skyline from San Pedro Creek – San Pedro Creek with San Antonio Skyline. You can see the new Frost Tower, Tower of Americas, Drury Hotel, Wydam Hotel, BBVA Compass bank, and many more downtown high rise buildings along this spectacular new boardwalk. This new edition to the city is a restoration project re-storing San Pedro Creek’s natural environment and creating a world-class linear park. This will be a new attraction for the city that already draws thousand of tourist to downtown.
Skyline of San Antonio at Night Pano – Another capture of a San Antonio skyline at night panorama just after the sun went down in the sky. We have been trying different angles to capture the city skyline with the new Frost Tower in view. The Frost sits at 300 feet in height, it is the 11th tallest in the city. In this image is historic Tower Life building, along with the tallest building in the city the Tower of America a city landmark since it was built for the Hemisphere in the late 1960.
San Antonio Skyline Night Panorama – This San Antonio Skyline night pano is the first close up with the new Frost Tower in it. The Frost Tower is a 300 feet tall building and is the 11th tallest in San Antonio. Also in this photo is the Tower of Americas which is the tallest building in the city at 750 feet, Drury Hotel, Marriott. Grand Hyatt, along with many other high rise buildings in the downtown area of the city.
San Antonio Skyline Night Pano BW – San Antonio Skyline after Dark in black and white we took from a good distance from the downtown. This San Antonio skyline has the new Frost Tower along with all the other city landmarks like the tallest building Tower of Americas, the Life tower, the marriort, and the many building with the colorful lights on them. San Antonio is the second most populated city in Texas it is located in central texas on the edge of the hill country. Many toursit come here to visit the Alamo, or to visit the lively riverwalk not to mention the mission park through out the city.
Downtown San Antonio at Twilight Pano- San Antonio skyline on prints, canvas and metal. This aerial skyline image includes the Tower of America in Hemisphere Park right next to the new Henry B Gonzales convention center which run along the 281 freeway in downtown. You can also see the historic Tower life building, Drury Hotel, Grand Hyatt in this cityscape along with many other popular landmarks in the city.
San Antonio Skyline Dusk Pano – San Antonio skyline on prints, canvas and metal. The San Antonio skyline at dusk with this colorful clouds picking up the color from sunset. In this cityscape aerial view you can see the Tower of America, Alamo Dome, Tower Life building, Drury, Grand Hyatt, along with the new Henry B Gonzales convention center all in view with many other new buildings in the city. Right behind the Tower Life building they are still building the new Frost Bank which will be finished sometime in 2019. The tower life building is a historic site and city landmark in San Antonio part of the National Register of Historic Places since 1991.
Dallas Psychedelic Traveling Man – A whismical creation of the 38 foot tall stainless steel robot sculpture in digital psychedelic colors that is shown walking through the Dallas area in an area known as the Deep Ellum. The deep ellum is the area where the rail road had once thrived now it part of the transit rail line. The sculpture was created with element of that area such as the rivet that would of been used on the rail road tracks, the bird because the area had been know for song bird, the guitar shaped head to represent the music in the area and the long legs as his desire to travel and a piece of each is including in all the traveling man series. Each segment comes from the past stories about the area that the artist incorporated into the sculpture. All of these element are meant to tie the history of the area together with a whimsical theme. Here he towers above the city transit train station at 38 feet as he walks along with his little bird on his arm with Dallas skyline in the background in the Deep Ellum area. The Deep Ellum area is a popular area with restaurants, bars, music, along with art galleries and other shops in the area. This is the only one images of traveling man series in Dallas. There are two more traveling man series to be seen in the same area, the banjo playing traveling man and the birth of the traveling man.
360 Bridge After Dark – Austin 360 Bridge at dark with a little color still left in the sky from the sunset as the car trails cross the bridge. The 360 bridge is a popular spot to photograph the sunset but it is also a heavyily used road that why I did a long exposure to show how busy this road is as it is a connection from north to south of the city as the car trail show after dark not someplace to be at 5 pm if you can help it. This is on the edge of the Texas hill country near Austin with Lake Austin for boating, picnicing and other recreational activities so it is a popular place.
Austin Skyline Panorama – We captured this aerial Austin skyline panorama of the cityscape looking straight down Congress Ave using our drone to photography over the city. This wonderful Austin skyline was capture looking up congress avenue all the way to the Texas Capital. In this Austin skyline you can see many of the city high-rise buildings including the Frost, Austonian, W Hotel, Austin 360 CondosOne Congress Plaza, Radisson Hotel, Marriott, Four Season Hotel, along with the Ashton Condos, and One Congress and a bit of Lady Bird Lake. Looking up congress avenue you can the Texas State Capital which is the hub of Central Texas. Austin is the location for the University of Texas flagship campus, high tech companies, and is also known for its live-music scene centered around country, blues and rock. Its many parks and lakes are popular for hiking, biking, swimming and boating. West of Austin is Lake Austin plus Lake Travis and South of the city, is the Formula One Circuit of the Americas raceway to name a few thing around town.
Austin Congress Bat Watch – Austin Bat are a tourist attraction that has been going on for many year now. Since the late 1970 when I use to watch the bats from my apartment come out at night from the downtown area it was an amazing site to see. Today it draw tourist and locals alike from all over to watch the bats come out at night. Sometimes it a no show as the the bat leisurely come out through out the evening and some night it a spectacular show of thousand of bats coming out from under the Congress Ave bridge in Austin Texas all at once. It was almost a no show for the evening but we like the sky with this orange glow from the sun set with the spectators waiting for the show to begin right as the sun was going down under the bridge. The bat did come out just as we were heading back to the car but we managed to get a few shots before they were gone. People travel to Austin to see the bats but keep in mind they are only here in large numbers from early spring time to fall after the first cold snap usually late October or early November is when they start their migration for the winter.
Golden Glow Over Bluebonnets – This was taken on the colorado river as the sunrise cast this golden glow over bluebonnets with these golden clouds cast their warm colors over this amazing field of wildflowers. Springtime in the Texas hill country is my favorite time because of all the wonderful wildflowers everywhere, especially when you come across a big field of bluebonnets like this it can be a magical landscape. These blueboonets were taken along the Colorado river in the Hill Country at sunrise as the sky and cloud had this golden glow. The Texas bluebonnets are a variety of blue wildflowers that grow in the State of Texas every spring which are of the genus Lupinus. Originally in 1901 the state declare only one blue bonnet the state flower however, in 1971 the Texas legislature declare that any flower found to be similar to Lupinus be declared the state flower. The name bluebonnet was from the look of the top of white part of the flower that was similar to the bonnet that woman wore on their heads in the pioneering days. The popularity of the blue bonnet grew after Lady Bird Johnson had push the Highway Beautification Act where she encorage everyone to plant native wildflowers along highways in the state. Today you can find wildflowers along many roads in Texas and the Texas Hill County has been known as one of the better places to find them. Bluebonnets love soil that drain wells and you will find them easily growing along the slopping areas along the roads. Of course some years are better than others but you don’t have to drive too far into the hill country to find them along the roads. It is almost that time for the bluebonnets to bloom anywhere between the middle of March to the middle of April depending on where and if we got the right amount of rain and sun here in central Texas. We also have other wildflowe that show up near the same time like Indian Paintbrush it changes year to year it is alway fun to see what will show up every spring.