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Key To The Houston Water Wall by MabryCampbell

The Gerald D. Hines Water Wall in Houston, Texas. This landmark was designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee. The Water Wall is part of the Williams Tower design and incorporated park.

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The Light Inside – Blue by MabryCampbell

The Light Inside is a visual light sculpture, designed by James Turrell, which functions as a tunnel between the Houston Museum of Fine Arts buildings.

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Gus S Wortham Memorial Fountain by MabryCampbell

The Gus S. Wortham Memorial Fountain in Houston, Texas. The fountain is made of bronze and was constricted in 1978. It is a local landmark in Houston. The fountain was recently renovated by the City of Houston as part of the Buffalo Bayou Park renovation project. It was designed by William T. Cannady, a houston architect and professor at Rice University.

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A,A Sculpture At The University of Houston II by MabryCampbell

The A,A sculpture and M.D, Anderson Library on the campus of the University of Houston. The sculpture was designed by artist Jim Sanbron.

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Reflections Of Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge Over Trinity River by MabryCampbell

The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, Texas during the May 2015 floods.

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A,A Sculpture At The University of Houston Close up BW 2 by MabryCampbell

A close up of the A,A Sculpture adjacent to M.D. Anderson Library on the campus of the University of Houston. The sculpture was designed by artist Jim Sanborn. 2015.

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A,A Sculpture At The University of Houston Close up BW 2 by MabryCampbell

A close up of the A,A Sculpture adjacent to M.D. Anderson Library on the campus of the University of Houston. The sculpture was designed by artist Jim Sanborn. 2015.

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Toronto City Hall by MabryCampbell

The Toronto City Hall or New City Hall is the home of the municipal government of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and one of the city’s most distinctive landmarks. Designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell (with Heikki Castrén, Bengt Lundsten, Seppo Valjus) and landscape architect Richard Strong, the building opened in 1965. It was built to replace Old City Hall, which was built in 1899. The current City Hall, located at Nathan Phillips Square, is actually Toronto’s fourth city hall and was built in order to replace the former city hall due to a shortage of space. The area of Toronto City Hall and the civic square was formerly the location of Toronto’s Old Chinatown, which was expropriated and bulldozed during the mid-1950s in preparation for a new civic building. (wikipedia)

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