Liquid Blue exploring downtown Dallas, Texas.
Park Plaza is outside City Hall and features three distinctive 84-foot (26 m)-high flagpoles.
Completed in 1978, the current Dallas City Hall is the 5th building to fulfill this purpose.
The plaza also includes a 180-foot (55 m)-diameter reflecting pool, a fountain, and benches.
According to the 2010 census the Dallas had a population of approximately 1.2 million.
The city's prominence arose from its historical importance in the oil and cotton industries.
Dallas is currently the third most popular destination for business travel in the United States.
The city's 4th building used as City Hall was the historic Dallas Municipal Building.
The City of Dallas maintains and operates 406 parks on 21,000 acres (85 km2) of parkland.
Architecture from the early 20th century next to modernist and postmodernist skyscrapers.
Fountain Place is a 60-story late-modernist skyscraper in the Arts District in downtown.
The Dallas Museum of Art holds art dating from the third millennium BC to the present day.
Buddha overlooks a fountain as one enters the Trammell Crow Center's Collection of Asian Art.
Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dallas.
The Rotunda at Chase Tower is a 4,000 square foot glass circular dome with a balcony.
The Venture sculpture by Alexander Liberman outside the Bank of America Plaza in Dallas.
A memorial by Philip Johnson to President John F. Kennedy near where he was assassinated.
The Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture used to be a courthouse.
The Presidential limousine carried JFK past the Old Red Courthouse just before his death.
Liquid Blue takes note of the time at this outdoor sidewalk clock sculpture.
The BlueGirls get caught up in this Texas longhorn cattle drive!
The Texas Longhorn Cattle Drive Sculpture is by Robert Summers of Glen Rose.
Wxyz Bar is in the Aloft Hotel near City Hall and Dallas's Convention Center.
All day parking for only a dollar and a quarter is amazing in any U.S. metro area.