The Texas Direct Auto signage outside that 80-sq.-ft. Main St. office asking Red Line rail passengers to sell their vehicles may have hit a bit of resistance, but the company is nonetheless now aiming its ad campaign even higher: The drone video above (posted yesterday) shows the roof of the company’s space-themed downtown building on Leeland St. is now fully decked out with the same all-caps appeal for car sales. As a commenter pointed out yesterday, the nearby Toyota Center also shows off a rooftop label to flying passer-bys — though the arena goes one step further and lights up at night, as well:
A glimpse behind some northern fencelines comes by way of drone from G.A. Eblen, who took to the Porter sky by proxy to catch these shots of planned and impromptu retention ponds in action. The Monday-morning photos center east of 59 around the Briar Tree Court subdivision — up in the right hand corner of the south-facing shot above are the well-moistened sports fields of White Oak Middle School.
Rectangles of forested land are mixed in with angular subdivisions and potential subdivisions-to-be in the suite of surveying shots. Here’s the view north over FM 1314, toward the Family Dollar Store and Executive Inn & Suites (on the left, below):