Austin Blue Hour Skyline – Urban Landscape Canvas Prints – Another great Austin Skyline from the boardwalk with these wonderful blues, violet and purple colors left over from right after sunset. The locals also refer to this time as the blue hour or the violet crown or just plain old twilight regardless of what you call it is a lovely time of day to capture the city. These colors appear right afer sunset and just before the blue hour with all these different colors from pink, to purple to violet or lavender still hanging on from earlier. These colors only last for a short bit before they are gone so you have to be ready and today there was no wind so we were able to capture the skyline building reflections in the water which also pick up the colors in the sky this rarely happens. We have been comming back to this location to try and capture a view with the purples, pinks and violet colors and tonight we were finally able to capture it tonight. Since I have lived in austin I remember seeing many business with the name of violet crown in them. I remember a shopping center with the name along with other various business over the years. I believe this goes back a long way and is part of the wonderful sky colors that many see in the city over the years. We are aways in awe when you get a good one and tonight it work out nicely. For more images like this check out our latest Austin boardwalk skyline images at beecreekphoto.com
Austin Lou Neff Sunrise Reflection – Urban Landscape Canvas Prints – We capture the latest Austin skyline from Lou Neff Point right before sunrise as the sky was full of color with pinks, violets, yellows, and purples with these wonderful reflections of the high rise buildings in Lady Bird Lake. The water was very calm which help us capture the sky and skyline reflections in the water this is rare event now. This is also the most current skyline taken in 2019 with all the latest skyscrapers like the Austonian and Independent along with all the other new editions to the shoreline along town lake. Lou Neff is part of the Zilker park and this area is where Barton Creek and Lady Bird Lake come together so it is usually a busy place only this time of day would the water be this smooth before the sup and canoes take to the water. The Butler hike and bike trail is one of the most popular places in Austin and it attracts locals and tourist to the area on a daily basis year round.
Austin Skyline Boardwalk Night Pano 19 – This is the latest Austin skyline from the boardwalk location with all the latest buildings for 2019 in view. This austin skyline slightly after sunset after dark and you can still see a little pink color in the clouds. This image contains all the latest high rise buildings of 2019, including the Independent or Jingle building which for now is the tallest in the city, plus our second tallest the Austonian, along with the new Fairmont Hotel and many others. Austin is a fast growing city with all of it sky-scrapers built in the last ten year so it is has a modern cityscape in downtown and is constantly changing for good or bad. Much of the growth of the city growth has been the large number of high tech companies which have move here to the city in the last five year or so. Austin is also the state capital and it is home to a major school the University of Texas. The city contines to draw tourist and people wanting to vist or live in this lively modern city with it well know night life being the music capital of the world and it great life style. However with that said I must mention the draw back from the increase traffic which can be a complete night mare at time.
Santa Elena Canyon Path – A little different view of Santa Elena Canyon from the pathway to the canyons as the mountains rise up it for an impressive view of the site. These two side of the canyons, one on the left is Mexico side and the other the US side allow the Rio Grande river to flow out of mountains and contiunue it journey downstream. This Texas landscape had a nice sky with some nice clouds and a path that led your eyes toward the canyon walls. To me the Santa Elena Canyon are one of the highlights of the Big Bend National park, to get there it is about an hour drive on the Ross Maxwell Scenic drive west through the Chiso Mountain when almost to the end of the road, there is an scenic overlook of the canyon landscape from here. But if you want explore more drive a little farther to the trail head where you can walk about 5 minutes along a board walk on sand to get to a beach area where the Rio Grande River flows out of the mouth of the canyons. If you like you can climb up the cliffs as there are several fairly accessable views points for some outstanding Texas scenery that are not too high or difficult to climb or stay below and enjoy the stunning view from below. The river is seldom too deep and in some cases you can walk quite a ways back into the canyons. We have landscape images from several views of this wonderful Texas scenery on our site so thanks for looking. beecreekphoto.com
Texas Hill Country Waterfall – This is a hidden gem in the texas hill country with cascading waterfalls flowing into a blue green pool of water. We came to this beautiful scene as the excess rains had cause the springs to overflow and gave us these lovely blue geen pools of water over the rocky limestone in the Hill country landscape from all the excess rains lately. It was a nice capture with this aqua blue green pool at the bottom as the water flowed in from over the rocky outcrops along it way creating theses great waterfall cascading down to the pool below.
Milky Way Over Haybales – The Texas Hill country can be a great place to capture the milky way over some haybales west of Llano where the skys are a little darker. Only a few times a year can the milkyway can be seen from this angle so we took advantage of the bales of hay for the evening capture. Even still this area has some light pollution but not like some other places. The milkyway is the galaxy that contains our solar system. It is not alway easy to see the stars or the milky way because of light pollution in our area so we travel west where there is less pollution, but to get really dark skies you have to go to Big Bend area in Texas. For us this time it was not possible to go there, but we were able to capture the milky way out west past Llano Texas. We alway like to have something in our images that has meaning that shows a sense of place to our images. We came across this simple traditional Texas scene of haybales in a field at a ranch in the Texas Hill Country west of Llano Texas and like the look. We like this field of haybales with the backdrop of the milky way in the view what could be better. In this image we allowed the cars to light paint the haybales so we could bring it out better in the image. Every starry nightscape in the Texas Hill country we have photographed has some light pollution however when we are photographying it appears pitch black. Even in this photo you can see some light pollution creeping in but the awesome milkyway over rides a little light pollution in this Texas night skies image with the milkyway clearly in view.
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.
Texas State Capitol 2 – The Texas State Capitol is a really pretty place with beautiful grounds and today was an exceptional nice sky. We saw these pretty white puffy clouds with a blue sky and said we need to go get some photo of the capital. The flowers were lovely from this view on the grounds with the capitol behind. This is the north side where they added some underground area for the offices, and a cafeterias which is open to the public. The Texas Capitol is visited by thousand of tourist every year and it is one of the top tourist attractions in Austin and is an iconic historical landmark site. The Capital building was built in 1888 of granite in the italian renaissance style and it is a National historic landmark. The Texas Capitol is located in downtown Austin on Congress ave. This captiol view is looking south toward the city The capital grounds sit on 22 acreas and are very lovely lush place to ejnoy the day.
Horseshoe Bay Lighthouse View – Horseshoe Bay Lighthouse View in Marble Falls on this peninsula on Lake LBJ in the Texas hill country. This is a popular place for people to come for the Horseshoe Bay Resort with lots of recreational swimming, fishing, boating along with other activies. In this aerial you can see the wirtz dam, Horseshoe Bay Resort, along with the many of the condos and vacation homes along this lake. This lake is one of the few constant level lake along the highland lakes which makes it nice because in this area of the Texas hill country we are subject to a lot of droughts which can drop the lake down. Downtown Marble Falls is just a heart beat away for all they have to offer in this quant downtown area with restaurants, shops, and art galleries.
Texas Hill Country Waterfall 2 – We came across this beautiful scene as the springs were flowing and created nice waterfalls over the rocky limestone in the Texas Hill country landscape from all the excess rains lately. It was a nice capture with this aqua blue green pool at the bottom as the water flowed in from over the rocky outcrops along it way creating theses great waterfall cascading down to the pool below. The the Texas hill country we have some wonderful places where you can find these nice waterfalls after a good spring rain like we had this year that created this wonderful oasis landscape.