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One of my favorite shots of the “Big D”. This was shot from a closed lane of the Woodall Rodgers Hwy overlooking downtown Dallas. I pulled into the lane, and then backed down a bit, enough to hopefully keep the car out of traffic while I rushed to setup the tripod and get this shot.
Perhaps my favorite shot that I got from atop a 30+-story building in downtown Dallas. I was granted exclusive access from a good friend of mine and I hope that I was able to put that to good use here. This was taken from the window washing catwalk at the top of the building. Carrying …
Dealey Plaza – the site of the JFK assassination, after dark. It’s a very busy place, so capturing a shot here, with no cars on any of the roads, was a bit of a feat in itself.
This time machine is actually “Rosie”, a trolley car that was originally built in 1909 in Philadelphia and named the Crescent Rose. It was then exported to Porto, Portugal where it was in service daily until 1978. It was then shipped back to the states where it saw service in San Francisco and was finally …
At 10:30p.m., a line wrapped around a building in downtown Dallas means only one thing… night club. Here is the line outside of one where admittance was very slow for patrons but good for me. This was a very last minute shot taken on the way home after a long journey in and around Dallas. …
America’s team has a quarterback and that is Tony Romo. I’m not a fan, but those that are, live in Dallas. Kind of ironic that the player on the side of the building in downtown Dallas is none other than Aaron Rodgers, QB for the Packers who were responsible for sending the Cowboys home in …