At the intersection of Congress Avenue and 6th Street, which is famous for its nightlife and multitude of restaurants.
A view of Congress Avenue on a holiday. Woke up early in hopes of catching the morning golden hour but instead we got clouds.
Texas Capitol (North View)
The Texas Capitol early in the morning.
The dome of the Texas Capitol bathed in the light of the early evening.
The city hall of Austin.
On the windows of the Long Center for the performing arts.
Frost Bank Tower
On Congress Avenue in Austin, Texas.
Reflections on Justice
Federal Court building in Austin, Texas.
The Texas Capitol dome as seen from the inside. No tripods allowed, so this is a handheld shot.
A Hidden Pond
Surrounded by major thoroughfares, this small pond exists practically unseen by anyone. I happened on it while walking across the bridge seen behind the blue bus, the day after heavy rains hit the city.
Walter Seaholm Drive
One of the newest streets in the city center. The former city power plant (which still bears that name) is now slated to become shopping space, while retaining the architecture of the plant.
Congress Avenue II
A different view of the buildings lining Congress Avenue.
A Fork On The Road
Left takes you to the Palmer Events Center, right to the Long Performing Arts Center.
A view of Congress Avenue. The Texas Capitol marks the end of the avenue.
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Stevie Ray Vaughan's statue in the park that bears his name.
A panoramic view of Austin's skyline. It's composed of 13 individual shots, taken from the Long Center.
A view of the city's skyline over the Colorado River.
A picture taken from the lake at Palmer Events Center/Butler Park, at the magical golden hour.
Ninja Style Kung Fu Grip
Written on a train bridge in Austin. What it means or why it was written, I don't know. But it's been there for years.