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Architecture Cityscapes Color Dallas Photography

Dallas Texas Arts District at Sunset

October 30, 2015

“Dallas Texas Arts District at Sunset” – A mixture of radiant pink and purple colors shimmer through the clouds during sunset with the Dallas Arts District pictured in the foreground. The Arts District is a performing and visual arts district in Downtown Dallas, Texas. It is south of State Thomas, southeast of Uptown, north of the City Center District, west of Bryan Place and east of the West End Historic District. The District is 68 acres large and is home…

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Architecture Cityscapes Color Dallas Photography

Dallas Skyline at Sunrise

June 4, 2015

Dallas Skyline at Sunrise – Gleaming like a sparkling gem, the early morning sun envelops the Dallas skyline in incandescent warmth with colors of aureolin, saffron, lavender, wisteria, and marigold. In the foreground, a flooded Trinity River winds past the city, revealing a rarely photographed moment of the beautiful Dallas skyline. (Photo/Stephen A. Masker)…

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Architecture Cityscapes Color Dallas Photography

Dallas Skyline at Dusk with Reflection

June 1, 2015

Illuminated by a blend of ambient and artificial light, sunset shimmers off the Dallas skyline as the city is reflected back in the flooded Trinity River. As the sun dips below the horizon, Bank of America Plaza (centered) glows iconic neon green, while lights on the iconic Reunion Tower (center left) flash red and blue, bringing the city to life as the night quickly approaches. (Photo/Stephen A. Masker).…

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Color Photography

Dead Horse Point State Park

June 29, 2013

Dead Horse Point State Park – Moab, Utah, United States – Sunday, March 24, 2013 Enjoy this photo? Keep abreast on my latest photo developments by following my Instagram at http://instagram.com/maskerphoto, or my Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/stephenmasker…

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Black and White Photography

Airport Traffic – DFW

August 24, 2012

About this image: The idea was to head out with photographer and friend Scott Young to the Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport near the public observation area, Founder’s Plaza (http://bit.ly/NK37Jh), and photograph long exposure light trails from the planes taking off and landing. But once we arrived (around 8 PM) it was obvious that we were at the wrong angle for achieving what we wanted to accomplish. With sunset around 8:15, we got back into the car and tried to quickly…

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