Fort Worth Skyline Black & White – We captured this aerial black and white panorama image at night of the Fort Worth skyline with the Seventh Street bridge as it crosses the Trinity River in downtown. This is just one of many Texas skylines with this bridges which we have and it was well lit so it was a great capture on this evening in monochromatic black and white. Fort Worth is the fifth largest city in Texas. We have many Fort Worth skyline B W and many color images of this urban area in downtown so be sure and check them out. The city of 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. This is commonly known as DFW as it is part of the metropolis between Dallas and Fort Worth. The Fort Worth skyline is now growing into the second-largest in the Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington metropolitan area or the DFW Metro. Texas has it share of skyline and this is another black and white beauty. The city of Fort Worth was been know in the past for it connections to the cattle drives, which is why it is refereed to sometimes as cowtown because of the past chisum trail cattle drives also Fort Worth zoo is another tourist destination. Downtown Fort Worth is now competing with it other cites in the metroplex as a more urban city. If you have a longing for the past and want to see the old Fort Worth stockyard it still has a two cattle drive of Texas longhorns down the street everyday like was done in years past.
These are a few of the best Fort Worth skylines and cityscapes images of this north Texas city available for print on canvas, metal and fine art prints. Fort Worth is a fast growing city and is the fith largest city in the state of Texas, it is also the 16th largest in the USA. Fort Worth was once a bustling cattle trading industry around 19th century when it was part of the cattle drives of Chisholm trail. The city was founded in 1849 as an army outpost and was located on a bluff overlooking the Trinity River. These past events were what gave Fort Worth it name of cow town and to this day it still maintains it western heritage. Today Ft Worth is a modern city with several universities like TCU and A&M university, top ranted museums like the Kimbell Art Museum and the Amon Carter of American Museum, several fortune 500 companies like Bell Hellicopter, Lockheed Martin, American Airline, Pier 1, to name a few. dsc08861
Fort Worth Cattle Drive Antique – Another capture in this antique look where capture this image of the cowboys driving the longhorn heard down the street at the Stockyard in Fort Worth. The Fort Worth Stockyards now celebrates Fort Worth’s long tradition as a part of the cattle industry with a cattle drive down the street as they would of done back in the day. The city has long been known as a cow town probably because of the Stockyards. The Fort Worth Stockyard is now listed on the National Register as a historical district since 1976. The Stockyards consist of mainly entertainment and shopping venues today that capitalize on the ‘Cowtown’ theme of Fort Worth. The Leddy boot company is located in the heart of the Stockyard along with the Maverick Fine Western wear. Also there saloons where customers ‘can ‘belly up’ to the bar, relax and have a cold beer while in the Stockyards; just like they did in the days of the cattle drives. Many bars and nightclubs are located in the vicinity, and the area has a Western motif. There is also an opry and a rodeo. The Fort Worth Stockyards are the last standing stockyards in the United States. On April 1, 2011, the Fort Worth Stockyards Stables were remodeled and reopened. They are located next door to the Hyatt hotel in an original Historic Stockyards building that was built in 1912. These stables offer full care boarding, overnight boarding, hourly boarding, horse rentals on the open trails of the Trinity River and carriage rides. Boarders can ride their horses all around the Historic Stockyard