Exterior detail of Downtown Dallas’ Interurban Building, built in 1916 to act as a central station for up to 35 interurban trains at one time. It has since been converted to lofts.
Exterior of Downtown Dallas’ Whitacre Tower, also known as One AT&T Plaza—the world headquarters of AT&T.
A decorative cascade of water outside The Aria, CityCenter, Las Vegas.
The main arch and the support cables for Santiago Calatrava’s Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, Dallas.
The steeple of Dallas’ Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe peeks over the Rotunda at Chase Tower.
The Venetian’s reproduction of Venice’s St. Mark’s Campanile, Las Vegas.
Detail of an exterior architectural flourish of Dallas’ Meyerson Symphony Center, designed by I.M. Pei.
CityCenter, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Exterior detail of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
Exterior detail of the Lone Star Gas Building, Dallas.
Exterior detail of the Excalibur Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas.
Abstract detail of Dallas’ Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.
Exterior detail of Paris Hotel & Casino,with Planet Hollywood in the background, Las Vegas.
Exterior detail of Dallas’ Perot Museum of Nature & Science.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is partially obscured by decorative structures in front of Ballys.
Exterior detail of the Federal Reserve Bank in Dallas.
Spotted at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
Paris Hotel & Casino and Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas.
An exterior architectural flourish of I.M. Pei’s Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas.
Exterior detail of the Dallas World Aquarium.
Exterior detail of Las Vegas’ Planet Hollyood Casino & Hotel. Each features a reflection of its across-the-street neighbor, The Bellagio.
Exterior detail of Paris Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas.
Exterior detail of the now-closed Sahara Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas.
Detail of Dallas’ Magnolia Building (now the Magnolia Hotel), built in 1921 as the headquarters of the Magnolia Petroleum Company, which was later absorbed into Mobil Oil.