Comerica Bank Tower and 1700 Pacific stretch into the sky over Downtown Dallas.
Morning at North Texas’ Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.
The Price Tower, often referred to as “the tree that escaped the crowded forest” by its architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, reaches into the blue Oklahoma sky over Bartlesville.
The Dallas Arts District’s Hall Arts Residences tower into the North Texas sky.
A cloudy morning on the North Pacific Ocean off the coast of Vancouver Island, Canada.
A brick chimney—a relic of a the first ice manufacturing plant in Texas—rises towards the clouds over Downtown Galveston, Texas.
Renaissance Tower and Elm Place stretch into the North Texas sky in Downtown Dallas.
The sun sets on the Yucatán Channel off the southwest coast of Cuba.
A lone figure walks among the other-worldly, seemingly-endless expanse of the Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah.