A sidewalk cafe in Downtown Fort Worth, Texas.
An old cowboy at the Fort Worth Stockyards, Texas.
A highrise in Downtown Fort Worth, Texas.
Atop a parking garage in Downtown Fort Worth, Texas.
Somewhere in Fort Worth, Texas.
One of two 48-foot-tall trumpet-playing angels on the façade of Fort Worth’s Bass Performance Hall seem to announce the presence of this opera house to the world.
A statue of Bill Pickett (1870-1932)—originator of the rodeo event “bulldogging” or steer wrestling and the first black person inducted into the National Cowboy Hall of Fame—sits in the Fort Worth Stockyards.
Detail of one of the two 48-foot-tall angels on the façade of the Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth, Texas.
The mirrored glass of a partially demolished building in Fort Worth, Texas, reflects a crane and an adjacent building.
A pigeon surveys the goings-on below on the streets of downtown Fort Worth, Texas.
Another find at the Fort Worth Stockyards.
Spotted in the Fort Worth Stockyards.
Scaffolds for reconstruction of the Tarrant County Courthouse in Fort Worth seem almost line-drawing-like against a featureless grey overcast sky.
Busking at the Fort Worth Stockyards.
Spotted outside a decaying, abandoned building in Fort Worth, Texas.
These presumably wind-swept trees were spotted at on the outlying property of DFW International Airport.
Spotted at DFW International Airport, Texas.
Spotted at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
At Fort Worth, Texas’ Museum of Modern Art.
At the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens.
An abandoned building’s entrance decays south of downtown Fort Worth.
An office tower in Fort Worth.
Rail cars sit idle underneath the Weatherford Street and Belknap Street bridges in Fort Worth, Texas.
A loading dock at an abandoned and decaying warehouse in Fort Worth, Texas.