A Great Visit to Dallas and Fort Worth
We enjoyed a great trip to Texas a few weeks ago. Visited my brother and got to hang out with Dave Stock and Jamie House of teamDSP. Did a little sightseeing in Dallas on Friday and Fort Worth on Saturday. I really enjoyed the 6th Floor Museum in Dallas. All in all, a great grip.
We enjoyed lunch on Friday at Souk Mediterranean Bistro & Bar in Trinity Groves. The food was fantastic (highly recommended) and it was great to sit outside and joy the 70 degree day.
And of course, we couldn’t go to a new city and not take some pictures of Maissa.
I really enjoyed the Fort Worth Water Gardens. The background of the featured photo (above) is a fountain with a whole lot of mist nozzles. it created an awesome background effect that looks like seamless paper. We got lucky with the light here. It was bright and overcast, like using a gigantic soft box.
The next three photos are also from the water garden. There were quite a few fountains each offering a different feel. I saw several other folks taking photos while we were there. I’m guessing it’s a popular spot for portraits.
The image of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge was taken from the old bridge that was converted into a city park. What a great idea! The last image was taken in the Nasher Sculpture Garden.