I recently returned to Dallas-Ft. Worth area on assignment and meeting several potential clients. Travel to Texas coincided with my birthday, so I carved a few spare hours to shoot for fun.
With my handy 35mm Fuji in tow, the first location I revisited was the Irving Convention Center just to see how I’d shoot it differently than in 2012 with a smaller camera.
Between meetings, I stumbled across an older modern office building in Irving with a very geometric atrium. This is the only photograph I captured with an SLR outside of my work assignment.
As you may imagine, I was magnetized to this derelict house with abandoned vehicle in suburban Dallas
Since it was my first visit to the area in six years, I took the opportunity to stretch my legs and venture downtown for several hours. It was a fun respite to abstract many architectural and urban elements.
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science was wrapping up construction last time I saw it, I wasn’t disappointed scoping out the inside.
Speaking of under construction, this stacked high-rise is being built for the Rolex corporation.
I’m not a huge fan of Calatrava’s (iconic?) Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, but prefer the design of the Margaret McDermott Bridge, which apparently is facing engineering problems.
G’night Dallas, hope to see you again soon!