For our second tourist activity of Dallas, Monica and I went to Reunion Tower.
When we traveled together to Seattle a little over a year ago, we went to something similar—the Space Needle. Reunion Tower wasn’t quite as tall as the Space Needle, but I still got some good views of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex.
We intentionally timed it so we went right around sunset, so we would able to see the orange sunlight flooding across the city, as well as the night lights from the buildings downtown about half an hour later.
You might have noticed that some of the photos have bars in them. In case you would be curious, I took a photo of what the bars were from—Reunion Tower has a bunch of lights circling the observation deck that are held up by these bars, and they illuminate for some light shows on special occasions.
As a bonus piece of content, I managed to capture a marriage proposal, acceptance, and engagement between an unknown couple out on the outdoor portion of the observation deck.
I have no idea who they are, but if you do, then let them know—they had a videographer already recording, but I’m sure they would appreciate the additional photos I captured as well.