What This Drone Footage Caught In Dallas – Fort Worth Will Drop Your Jaw

Most of us Dallas – Fort Worth locals have at least once marveled at the expansive Dallas skyline from the observation deck at the downtown Reunion Tower. But drones have now made the awe-inspiring views even better, especially recent footage that showcases our latest architectural additions, such as the Margaret Hunt Hill suspension bridge and Klyde Warren Park.

Take a look at the 360-degree high-definition views of this footage shot by Bare Aerial in September 2017. You’ll see new reasons why Dallas is deserving of the title “Big D.”

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Not to be outdone, Fort Worth also has an impressive drone flight over its beautiful skyline as well! This footage was taken by The Holy Man in June 2017:

You can see from these shots why the Metroplex is doubly-impressive, with its two anchor cities filled with employers, activities, and entertainment.

Are there any special buildings or areas you found noteworthy from these aerial shots? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!