On Pacific Avenue, nestled in the hustle and bustle of Downtown Dallas, is a park called Thanks-Giving Square. What I love about this place is its reason for existence. “To serve as common ground where people of all cultures and religions are welcome.”
I have had these photos lined up for months. In fact, my first trip to the Dallas Arboretum was nearly a year ago when the pumpkins were rampant and my photo adventuring buddy still lived here. In order to make this post multi-seasonal, I went back in early June for a different look. Things are always changing and ever beautiful.
It’s been raining a lot here in D/FW. For weeks. This is great for our drought situation, but now many areas are experiencing flooding. The rain also keeps the temperatures cooler. I am hoping there will be a dry afternoon so I can make it out to the Arboretum for a future blog post!
Anyway, in early Spring my family and I ventured to Klyde Warren Park. I had been wanting to check out some of the food trucks that are there and see what else the park had to offer. It was a busy day as it was a weekend and the weather was gloriously sunny.