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Wheeling in the Sky

Detail of a Ferris Wheel at Marshall, Texas' annual Fire Ant Festival.

Detail of a Ferris Wheel at Marshall, Texas’ annual Fire Ant Festival.

The Run Down

Water cascades over concrete aggregate blocks in the Active Pool at the Philip Johnson-designed Fort Worth Water Gardens in the south end of Downtown Fort Worth, Texas.

Water cascades over concrete aggregate blocks in the Active Pool at the Philip Johnson-designed Fort Worth Water Gardens in the south end of Downtown Fort Worth, Texas.

In the Azure Sky

The Dallas Arts District's Hall Arts Residences tower into the North Texas sky.

The Dallas Arts District’s Hall Arts Residences tower into the North Texas sky.

Morning on the Lake

The sun rises on North Texas' Lake Lavon.

The sun rises on North Texas’ Lake Lavon.

The Tree at First Light

The first light of dawn illuminates a tree at McKinney, Texas’ Erwin Park.

Head in the Clouds

Rugged mountains along the shore of Alaska's Glacier Bay reach into the clouds.

Rugged mountains along the shore of Alaska’s Glacier Bay reach into the clouds.

Ledges

Abstract architectural detail of Downtown Houston’s ExxonMobil Building.

Abstract architectural detail of Downtown Houston’s ExxonMobil Building.

Cables to Tower

The main suspension cables of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge arch up to their anchors at the top of the bridge's south tower. These cables are 36.5-inches-wide (93 cm) and contain 27,572 individual wires.

The main suspension cables of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge arch up to their anchors at the top of the bridge’s south tower. These cables are 36.5-inches-wide (93 cm) and contain 27,572 individual wires.

Twilight Tracks

DART Rail tracks in Dallas' West End district as the sun sets over North Texas.

DART Rail tracks in Dallas’ West End district as the sun sets over North Texas.

The Palazzo at Morning

Las Vegas' Palazzo Hotel & Casino—the tallest building in Nevada and the largest by floor space in the United States—rises into the early morning sky.

Las Vegas’ Palazzo Hotel & Casino—the tallest building in Nevada and the largest by floor space in the United States—rises into the early morning sky.