This weekend the city opened a new bridge over the Trinity River that flows just west of downtown Dallas.
It was designed by Santiago Calatrava Valls.
It's called the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge and they had the party for the opening last weekend.
I got there after the closed they bridge down to clean up. I walked around taking pictures on the other bridge that will be torn down.
I watched this being built as I drive past it every day on my way to work. Many people don't like the big arch... it's too big. But it does look better with the cables hung.
It seems to change the look depending on the angle of where you are. I guess I'm starting to like it.
It's weird though... it leads to a non-descript street in west Dallas. Maybe it will help develop the area in that part of the the city now.
When it opens to traffic on March 29th I'll try to snap a new photo from under the arch.