Dallas - Fort Worth September 11, 2017
19 Photos That Prove Dallas – Fort Worth Is The Most Beautiful Area In The Country
There’s is no doubt that Texas is beautiful… many a song has been written about the night skies and wide open prairies. Dallas – Fort Worth lives up to the expectations as big as Texas with breathtaking architecture, city nightscapes, gorgeous parks, and the Trinity River that runs throughout both cities. Here are 19 photos that prove that we live in the most beautiful area in the country.
The Dallas Arboretum offers seasonal eye candy for nature lovers.
Dallas' architecture is beyond inspirational.
Behold this stain glass pattern of Thanksgiving Square Chapel in the inner sanctum of the Chapel of Thanksgiving in the heart of downtown Dallas!
The Performing Arts Center showcases architectural genius.
The Bank of America Tower in downtown Dallas looks as impressive at night as it does during the day.
Fort Worth's Japanese Gardens are a spectacular stroll through nature, especially in the fall.
Bass Hall's Angels are a downtown Fort Worth icon.
Reunion Tower views let you see how expansive the Metroplex really is.
Weather permitting, you can see the downtown Fort Worth skyline from the observation tower!
Downtown Dallas has not one, but TWO mythical Pegasus; each with its own unique story.
This restored original was crafted for the 1939 World's Fair.
Unusual art can be found in various forms and neighborhoods.
The trio of colossal statues known as "The Traveling Man" are just some of countless art pieces that give Dallas its personal vibe.
The Trinity River snakes throughout the Metroplex, and is a gorgeous life source for Dallas - Fort Worth.
The State Fair of Texas' Iconic Texas Star Ferris Wheel lights up our Dallas sky.
Its majestic height and use of LED bulbs make it a beautiful part of Dallas' skyline during the State Fair and even when not operational.
The white Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge enhances the Dallas Skyline.
The beautiful bridge (there will be three when the project is complete) crosses the Trinity.
Our numerous lakes and waterways provide the setting for the most majestic sunsets.
Fort Worth's courthouse is illuminated at the end of Main Street is a centerpiece of downtown.
You simply can't beat our colorful downtown Dallas skyline, especially when reflected against the Trinity River.
The Gaylord Texan, set on Grapevine Lake, lets visitors truly experience our area's natural beauty.
The Fort Worth Water Gardens are an almost-hidden water utopia in downtown.
"America's Sweethearts" are considered the most beautiful and legendary cheerleaders in the NFL!
What views of Dallas – Fort Worth do you find most worthy of the “most beautiful” title?