Aboard the Carnival Triumph somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico.
Dallas’ Magnolia Hotel, built as the headquarters of the Magnolia Petroleum Company in 1922, sits across the street from the 1984′s Whitacre Tower, world headquarters for AT&T.
At sea in the Gulf of Mexico aboard the cruise ship Carnival Triumph.
Spotted on the outside of the Discovery Science Place, Tyler, Texas.
The sign for the Hard Rock Cafe in Las Vegas.
Spotted in downtown Plano, Texas.
Underneath the Bush Turnpike at Central Expressway, Plano, Texas.
Spotted in Downtown Dallas.
A jet flies high over the Las Vegas Valley and the Everything Coca-Cola Store on The Strip.
New York New York Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas.
Tyler State Park, Texas.
Construction in Downtown Dallas.
An abstract vision of a large green umbrella intruding on the azure sky over Addison, Texas.
Power lines near Nevada, Texas.
This sign is all that remains of the Garland Shopping Center, Garland, Texas.
The balloon-shaped sign at Las Vegas’ Paris Hotel and Casino.
Las Vegas’ Veer Towers are twin 37-story, 480-foot (150 m), condominium towers that each lean five degrees from center in opposite directions.
The Sahara’s sign as seen through the steel structure atop the hotel’s porte-cochére.
A rusting car on a pole advertises an abandoned car wash in Tyler, Texas.
Public art at the Addison Transit Center, Addison, Texas.
Detail of Addison, Texas’ 140-foot-wide sculpture that sits in the roundabout at Quorum Drive and Addison Circle Drive.
A lonesome picnic table overlooks Palo Duro Canyon, Texas.
The roof of a Quonset hut bakes under the summer sun in Celina, Texas.