Dallas Skyline panoramic photos that capture the city’s renowned skyline at night and during dramatic and colorful sunsets.
When I lived near downtown Dallas I would climb to the roof of my apartment complex to take photos sometimes. Especially on evenings with dramatic sunsets. I loved making photos of the Dallas skyline from up there.
To do it, I had to drive to the top of the parking garage. Then back my truck up as close to the roof as I could. Afterwards, I would use my tailgate to climb from the truck to the roof. Fortunately, the roof was really big and easy to walk on. I was always worried I would get caught but I amazingly never did.
I took this photo from the top of a parking garage across the street from a hotel I had to stay in because my apartment was flooded during the winter storm in February.
This photo is my favorite. I took this from the roof of my apartment as well. This is a verticle panorama of the Dallas skyline capturing the crescent moon right above it. You can also see Jupiter and Saturn near the moon. The shooting star-looking object is a plane flying through the sky, I believe, that coincidentally flew by as I took that photo.