JFK Memorial, Reunion Tower, Visitors Center
Corner of Field St. & Ross Ave.
This entry was posted on 2. April, 2009 by TheDailyClick. It was filed under April and was tagged with Dallas, Dallas TX, JFK Memorial, Photography, Reunion Tower.
Hey!!! If I had been in Dallas, we could have met up. These are my stomping grounds, so to speak! I like that bit of lens flare in the memorial shot!
2. April, 2009 at 07:04
Where are all the people??? I know you said it was Sunday but still, I”ve never seen a city w/o a ton of people.
These shots are awesome! That JFK memorial looks like quite a place!
2. April, 2009 at 07:27
wait, maybe I mixed it up……….what’s the 1st pic?
2. April, 2009 at 07:28
Michael, where are YOUR Dallas pictures? 😉
I think the lens flare makes the picture. That memorial is pretty ugly.
Doreen, Dallas isn’t that busy on the week-ends, even on a beautiful day like last Sunday. A lot of the stores and restaurants downtown are closed, too. In the first picture you can see the JFK Memorial on the left, then Reunion Tower, and that pretty building is supposed to be the visitor’s center. We didn’t go in, because we were parked at a meter and didn’t have that much time 😛
We need to go back and park in a lot!!!
2. April, 2009 at 07:34
I wish our shops were shut on Sundays: it is more relaxing without the traffic noise and flurry of work days, and the knowledge that you could be getting things done that you didn’t have time for during the week.
I have to ask, what are the things in the foreground without windows? ( a grey thing and a blue thing?)
2. April, 2009 at 15:19
Everywhere else the stores are open on Sundays here, too. Downtown Dallas is mostly office buildings, so the stores and restaurants get most of the business during the week.
The two buildings without windows are parking garages. The blue one has an ocean scene (wales) painted on it. I want to go back sometime and get a better picture of it.
2. April, 2009 at 16:34
So you’re going landscape on us? Just kidding. Nice shots. When I am in high population density areas, i have been known to go crazy looking for those places without people. And I often find them… even in NYC!
2. April, 2009 at 18:41
Yup, totally went landscape on ya here 😉
There are some really neat buildings, I just wish we had more time to walk around and take more pictures. Oh well, it’s not that far, I can drag hubby back down there again.
2. April, 2009 at 18:48
I love #2, Maybe it’s the lens flare, but I like the symmetry and unique perspective.
2. April, 2009 at 18:52
Amy, that was the only interesting shot (of that ugly memorial) that I could come up with.
2. April, 2009 at 18:55
You build your car parks so you can’t see out? Or is there an open section around the other side?
2. April, 2009 at 19:13
These are great, I’m ready to go back and take more pictures of downtown. Next time though, I’m going walk around parts of Deep Ellum, with hubby of course. It’s not the safest place but the murals on the buildings are awesome!
2. April, 2009 at 21:01
BeyondBlue…. I think there’s an open side, too?
Amber, where’s Deep Ellum? I know where the West End is (we walked through part of that, I think) but that’s about it! LOL
3. April, 2009 at 06:40
Here is a link with the location.
3. April, 2009 at 08:05
#2 is so awesome!!! these are great!
4. April, 2009 at 21:25
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