Late July Afternoon Panorama - Austin, Texas 728-1
The Austin skyline is changing quickly. This panorama taken in the later afternoon of a warm summer day shows off the old and new buildings. Two of the most well known buildings are the Austonian (683’) and the Frost Tower (516’). Also clearly visible are the Ashton (in front and to the left of the Austonian at 416’) and 100 Congress (in front of the Austonian at 328’). This panorama also features the newest and tallest building of the skyline, the Independent (also known as the Jenga Building) coming in at 690’ (far left).
This Austin skyline panorama can is available in larger and custom sizes. Photo © copyright by Rob Greebon.