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The Texas State Capitol
A sign welcomes dogs to the deck at Oyster Landing.
A couple walks near the Seaholm Power Plant in downtown Austin.
A bicyclist pedals past residential buildings and businesses on South Lamar Boulevard.
Downtown Austin's buildings range from shiny skyscrapers to short, older brick buildings.
A view of downtown Austin and the Texas Capitol from East 11th Street. 
The Hyde Park Shopping Center in central Austin's Hyde Park neighborhood
Houses are perched on a hill in Rollingwood, in west Austin
Rooftops in the hills in west Austin
Apartments line South Lamar Boulevard
Downtown's residential market has exploded, including at the renovated, mixed-use Seaholm Power Plant
Homes are nestled on west Austin hills near FM 2222
The Broken Spoke, a 50-year-old music venue
Visitors take selfies at the iconic side of a building on South Congress Avenue.
The Texas Capitol is seen at the top of Congress Avenue in downtown Austin.
Entrance to the Texas State Cemetery
The iconic tower at The University of Texas at Austin 
The Pennybacker Bridge crosses Lake Austin on Loop 360 
The HOPE Outdoor Gallery, a nonprofit public space used for graffiti art
The Texas State Capitol at night
MetroRail, a Capital Metro rail line, passes parked cars on its way out of downtown in east Austin.
Customers order at a Jamaican food truck, one of many mobile food vendors in east Austin.
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The Texas State Capitol – Eva Ruth Moravec

A sign welcomes dogs to the deck at Oyster Landing. – Eva Ruth Moravec

A couple walks near the Seaholm Power Plant in downtown Austin. – Eva Ruth Moravec

A bicyclist pedals past residential buildings and businesses on South Lamar Boulevard. – Eva Ruth Moravec

Downtown Austin's buildings range from shiny skyscrapers to short, older brick buildings. – Eva Ruth Moravec

A view of downtown Austin and the Texas Capitol from East 11th Street.  – Eva Ruth Moravec

The Hyde Park Shopping Center in central Austin's Hyde Park neighborhood – Eva Ruth Moravec

Houses are perched on a hill in Rollingwood, in west Austin – Eva Ruth Moravec

Rooftops in the hills in west Austin – Eva Ruth Moravec

Apartments line South Lamar Boulevard – Eva Ruth Moravec

Downtown's residential market has exploded, including at the renovated, mixed-use Seaholm Power Plant – Eva Ruth Moravec

Homes are nestled on west Austin hills near FM 2222 – Eva Ruth Moravec

The Broken Spoke, a 50-year-old music venue – Eva Ruth Moravec

Visitors take selfies at the iconic side of a building on South Congress Avenue. – Eva Ruth Moravec

The Texas Capitol is seen at the top of Congress Avenue in downtown Austin. – Eva Ruth Moravec

Entrance to the Texas State Cemetery – Eva Ruth Moravec

The iconic tower at The University of Texas at Austin  – Eva Ruth Moravec

The Pennybacker Bridge crosses Lake Austin on Loop 360  – Eva Ruth Moravec

The HOPE Outdoor Gallery, a nonprofit public space used for graffiti art – Eva Ruth Moravec

The Texas State Capitol at night – Eva Ruth Moravec

MetroRail, a Capital Metro rail line, passes parked cars on its way out of downtown in east Austin. – Eva Ruth Moravec

Customers order at a Jamaican food truck, one of many mobile food vendors in east Austin. – Eva Ruth Moravec

The Texas State Capitol
A sign welcomes dogs to the deck at Oyster Landing.
A couple walks near the Seaholm Power Plant in downtown Austin.
A bicyclist pedals past residential buildings and businesses on South Lamar Boulevard.
Downtown Austin's buildings range from shiny skyscrapers to short, older brick buildings.
A view of downtown Austin and the Texas Capitol from East 11th Street. 
The Hyde Park Shopping Center in central Austin's Hyde Park neighborhood
Houses are perched on a hill in Rollingwood, in west Austin
Rooftops in the hills in west Austin
Apartments line South Lamar Boulevard
Downtown's residential market has exploded, including at the renovated, mixed-use Seaholm Power Plant
Homes are nestled on west Austin hills near FM 2222
The Broken Spoke, a 50-year-old music venue
Visitors take selfies at the iconic side of a building on South Congress Avenue.
The Texas Capitol is seen at the top of Congress Avenue in downtown Austin.
Entrance to the Texas State Cemetery
The iconic tower at The University of Texas at Austin 
The Pennybacker Bridge crosses Lake Austin on Loop 360 
The HOPE Outdoor Gallery, a nonprofit public space used for graffiti art
The Texas State Capitol at night
MetroRail, a Capital Metro rail line, passes parked cars on its way out of downtown in east Austin.
Customers order at a Jamaican food truck, one of many mobile food vendors in east Austin.
The Texas State Capitol
A sign welcomes dogs to the deck at Oyster Landing.
A couple walks near the Seaholm Power Plant in downtown Austin.
A bicyclist pedals past residential buildings and businesses on South Lamar Boulevard.
Downtown Austin's buildings range from shiny skyscrapers to short, older brick buildings.
A view of downtown Austin and the Texas Capitol from East 11th Street. 
The Hyde Park Shopping Center in central Austin's Hyde Park neighborhood
Houses are perched on a hill in Rollingwood, in west Austin
Rooftops in the hills in west Austin
Apartments line South Lamar Boulevard
Downtown's residential market has exploded, including at the renovated, mixed-use Seaholm Power Plant
Homes are nestled on west Austin hills near FM 2222
The Broken Spoke, a 50-year-old music venue
Visitors take selfies at the iconic side of a building on South Congress Avenue.
The Texas Capitol is seen at the top of Congress Avenue in downtown Austin.
Entrance to the Texas State Cemetery
The iconic tower at The University of Texas at Austin 
The Pennybacker Bridge crosses Lake Austin on Loop 360 
The HOPE Outdoor Gallery, a nonprofit public space used for graffiti art
The Texas State Capitol at night
MetroRail, a Capital Metro rail line, passes parked cars on its way out of downtown in east Austin.
Customers order at a Jamaican food truck, one of many mobile food vendors in east Austin.

The Texas State Capitol – Eva Ruth Moravec

A sign welcomes dogs to the deck at Oyster Landing. – Eva Ruth Moravec

A couple walks near the Seaholm Power Plant in downtown Austin. – Eva Ruth Moravec

A bicyclist pedals past residential buildings and businesses on South Lamar Boulevard. – Eva Ruth Moravec

Downtown Austin's buildings range from shiny skyscrapers to short, older brick buildings. – Eva Ruth Moravec

A view of downtown Austin and the Texas Capitol from East 11th Street.  – Eva Ruth Moravec

The Hyde Park Shopping Center in central Austin's Hyde Park neighborhood – Eva Ruth Moravec

Houses are perched on a hill in Rollingwood, in west Austin – Eva Ruth Moravec

Rooftops in the hills in west Austin – Eva Ruth Moravec

Apartments line South Lamar Boulevard – Eva Ruth Moravec

Downtown's residential market has exploded, including at the renovated, mixed-use Seaholm Power Plant – Eva Ruth Moravec

Homes are nestled on west Austin hills near FM 2222 – Eva Ruth Moravec

The Broken Spoke, a 50-year-old music venue – Eva Ruth Moravec

Visitors take selfies at the iconic side of a building on South Congress Avenue. – Eva Ruth Moravec

The Texas Capitol is seen at the top of Congress Avenue in downtown Austin. – Eva Ruth Moravec

Entrance to the Texas State Cemetery – Eva Ruth Moravec

The iconic tower at The University of Texas at Austin  – Eva Ruth Moravec

The Pennybacker Bridge crosses Lake Austin on Loop 360  – Eva Ruth Moravec

The HOPE Outdoor Gallery, a nonprofit public space used for graffiti art – Eva Ruth Moravec

The Texas State Capitol at night – Eva Ruth Moravec

MetroRail, a Capital Metro rail line, passes parked cars on its way out of downtown in east Austin. – Eva Ruth Moravec

Customers order at a Jamaican food truck, one of many mobile food vendors in east Austin. – Eva Ruth Moravec

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