Oh Christmas Tree – Downtown Austin Christmas Tree at the Texas Capitol is just one of the many fun things to do this holiday season. Seeing the Christmas tree in downtown Austin with the ever changing lights and rotating colorful light make for a very special thing to do in Austin over the holidays
San Pedro Creek at Christmas – The Frost Tower seen from the San Pedro Creek in San Antonio during Christmas time. We like the colorful art tile mural that tell the story of Pedro Creek and its history along the new boardwalk in San Antonio. This was during Christmas time and the boardwalk street lights were wrapped in colorful lights and the water had these ribbons of light changing colors along with other seasons holiday lights all along the creek. This is considered a linear park and the main focus is on the creek’s natural beauty, the rich and colorful story of its own history, the cultural identity and traditions of the community around it, while ensuring protection for a growing urban downtown. This board walk has the first phase completed there are still other sections yet to be completed.
San Antonio River Walk at Christmas – The San Antonio River Walk at Christmas image of the very festive San Antonio riverwalk with all the lights in the trees and along the path of the river. The riverboats during the Christmas season with there festive lights along the river with all the lights along the walk make for a great place to visit during the holidays.The river walk in San Antonio is always magical around the holiday with all the Christmas lights. Tourist come from all over Texas to enjoy the festive environment.
Austin Zilker Christmas Tree and Trail of Lights – This is image of the skyline with the Austin Trail of Lights along with Zilker Chrismas Tree in view. We capture this image with all the iconic high rise buildings like the Frost, the Austonian, Austin 360 and many of the new building recently built. This is an Austin tradition since the 60’s. Every year starting in December the trail opens to the public with all of the holiday christmas themes along the trail or you can go dazzle yourself by spinning under the oversize Christmas tree of lights! This makes an excellent christmas card too for your employees, friends, and family.
The Austin Zilker park Christmas Tree with the Trail of Lights and the Austin skyline in the background, what a site. You can view the Austin Skyline with the Christmas Tree and Trail of Lights festival event in downtown Austin which opens December 9th through December 23rd. The event started in 1965 and was orginally called the Yule Fest which was a lighting of a yule log to which evloved into todays festive Trail of Lights with over 2 million lights and 40 displays for your family memories. The Zilker Christmas tree is acutally one of the moonlight towers with christmas light at a height of over 155 feet tall. This is a pano helps to capture the largest part of this incredible view of downtown with the many high rise buildings along with the Christmas tree and Trail of lights in this scene. If you want to find out more you can go to https://austintrailoflights.org