Exterior detail of Dallas’ Perot Museum of Nature & Science.
An adjacent building rises over a wall at Dallas’ Perot Museum of Science & Nature.
This concrete slab outside the Houston Holocaust Museum is inscribed with the names of destroyed Jewish communities of Europe.
Spotted at the Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas.
The Holocaust Museum in Houston.
The USS Texas, commissioned in 1914, saw action in both World Wars, including D-Day and at Iwo Jima. After being decommissioned in 1947, she was permanently moored adjacent to the Houston Ship Channel near the San Jacinto Monument to act as a museum ship.
Vines on a wall at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas.
At Fort Worth, Texas’ Museum of Modern Art.
The smooth curve of a laminated wood airplane propeller, spotted at the Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas.
A Yugoslav variant of the MiG-21 “Fishbed”–the MiG-21U-400 “Mongol”–belonging to Addison, Texas’ Cavanaugh Flight Museum sits in the street for Taste Addison.
Spotted in Houston’s Museum District.
Bissonet Street reflected in the glass blocks of Houston’s Contemporary Arts Museum.
A sculpture at the Dallas Museum of Art resembles a man sprinting.
Exterior detail of the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, College Station, Texas.
A wall at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas.