Dallas takes their horses seriously, particularly when the horse is neon and winged. Long considered a landmark of the famous skyline, the neon pegasus has been rotating atop the Magnolia Hotel since 1934. Due to age and deterioration, the 30 x 40 foot double-sided sign was replaced with a stationary duplicate that was unveiled for the New Year's celebration in 2000. The original was put into storage for over a decade, when it was discovered again and restored. The newly restored, original sign was placed in a high visibility location in front of the Omni Hotel, where it greets locals and visitors alike with a mix of old and new.
Friday, December 25, 2015
Thursday, December 24, 2015
Christmas in Dallas is often larger than life. From the 4 story tree at the Galleria to giant Christmas ornament displays, everything really is bigger in Texas, including the decorations.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
Vitruvian Park in Addison, TX puts up a nice display each year, which is free to the public and great for walking around and taking photos with the mild weather this year.
Here are a couple of examples: