Dallas at night

5 Apr 2020

Downtown Dallas was not at all what I expected - much more personable and fewer glass skyscapers, and a nice place to walk around. Then you have Deep Ellum just up the road, which again defies the Dallas stereotype. It’s always nice to have one’s assumptions about a place proven wrong.

I really line the strong lines in this photo, and how the light from the setting sun and the street lights are just at the point of balance.

Taken on 22 October 2016 in Dallas, Texas, using a Fujifilm X-E2S with a Carl Zeiss Touit 2.8/12 lens.