Friday, November 29, 2013
I Did Not Get Lost In The Black Friday Crowd At Fort Worth's Sundance Square Plaza Today
From photos, previously seen, I thought I had a fairly good idea of what this plaza was going to look like.
That and last April I saw the space under construction, so I had an inkling as to the size of the space.
Did I like what I saw today? The answer to that question is YES.
I have liked the Chisholm Trail mural, you see in the first photo, from the first I ever saw it. But, at that point in time the mural looked out over parking lots.
Now the mural looks out over a much more aesthetically pleasing view.
I know today was Black Friday. Black Friday is a day when downtown Fort Worth is pretty much a ghost town during the day, coming alive Black Friday night, as we previously discussed, earlier today.
So, today, Sundance Square Plaza was not sporting much human activity.
But I can sure see where this space could come alive at night, particularly during the HOT days of spring, summer and fall.
I suspect the plaza looks much nicer holiday clutter-free.
I can see how the water feature of the spouting fountains variety is going to be HUGE hit come the HOT times of the year.
That is the fountain water feature in the photo at the top, with a couple kids being a bit tenuous about walking out into the water zone. At one point the fountains did erupt, but not as spectacularly as what was portrayed in a photograph taken by the persnickety Mr. Galtex, which I feloniously purloined and used on this blog.
Maybe the fountains were operating at low pressure today.
My biggest surprise today came from another plaza which I had not previously seen That previously unseen, by me, plaza, well, I give that plaza a total double thumbs up.
And big city plaza worthy of any big city.
I don't think I can say that about Sundance Square Plaza.
I will blog photos of my favorite downtown Fort Worth plaza in a subsequent blogging.....