Austin Daily Photo
Monday, November 20, 2006
  Downtown from the Interstate
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This is a nice shot driving north into downtown on Interstate 35 going over Town Lake. You can just see the tip of the Frost Bank Tower sticking up on the left.
 
Comments:
I feel the draw of the big city. That tells you, doesn't it, that I'm from a little city. Austin feels negotiable, like Little Rock, to me. Just bigger.
 
Austin is a beautiful mix of countryside, hills, and a lovely downtown with a very small footprint. I guess that's why people love it so much. It is very unique compared to other large Texas cities which seem to be miles of concrete.

Interesting comparison to Little Rock. It does seem a lot like Austin. We even both have rivers running through the middle of town :)
 
Beautiful skyline. It would scare me to death to try to drive through there but I would love BEING driven through to look :)
 
Love those clear blue skies.
 
annie:

only difference between austin and litle rock? little rock has a better daily photo site.

ok, so the airport pics were pretty cool, but come on. a house? microsoft? ENGLAND?? get it together austin photo.
 
Hello concerned resident,

I'm so sorry you are disappointed with our blog. Please stop reading it and find something else you actually enjoy! We find your comment to be very rude and silly.
 
Looks exciting and i love the blue, blue sky.
 
The new Madrid daily photo has now started…
Come, and tell me u think…
Thank u all for the ‘unbelivable’ dailyphotoblog network…
 
This is a large city. Austin, was smaller, the last time I was there many years ago. Times change and this photograph shows things I never saw.
 
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