Strange. Some great pics, but they make Fort Worth look very...I don't know...akward. It's like a bunch of pieces that don't fit together quite right or something, and it appears less urban than I've heard it is. Is this just an illusion?
I have never been to Ft Worth, so I do not have an accurate view of the city, but these photos make Ft Worth look really nice!!!!! It is the neatest Ft Worth thread I have seen to this day and I am glad I visited the thread. The place looks nice and inviting. Can't wait to see more such threads in the future.
Downtown FW is very compact, but still urban. Around DT, however, minus a couple of nice new developments immediately west and south of DT, it's not very urban at all. And, as I said elsewhere, that's okay. I think FW works fine like it is. The only thing that really bothers me about FW is that it has a litter problem. Other than that, it's a cool little city. Clearly identifiable and independent from big brother Dallas but still part of the Metroplex as a whole.
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