Back to Fort Worth

Architecture, Beyond, Dallas, Museum, Photography, Travel, Winter

Fort Worth in late December.

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Fort Worth water garden plaza

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A sock left behind by the aerating pond at the Fort Worth Water Garden

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Sundance Square

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Sundance Square

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Fort Worth skyline viewed from the Amon Carter Museum of American Art

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A corner of the Amon Carter Museum building

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Fort Worth skyline viewed from inside the museum

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Music from the border. A movie presentation of Border Cantos exhibition

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An exhibit, spectator, and museum guide

© Ine Burke | Inegaleri.com

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Wings of the City – El Tiempo

Architecture, Black and White, Texas

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(Time) – This highly detailed figure is incomplete. Despite his fractured body, he spreads his wings in the air and the expression on his face is full of determination. Consider the title of the work. What message does this piece have for you? – from Wings of the City, Self Guided Tour. This piece was exhibited at Fort Worth Water Gardens, overlooking the cascading water down the terraces and steps of the Active Pool and the Texas A&M University School of Law.

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