On a surprisingly beautiful "winter" day, I managed to shrug off the hangover from the festivities the night before and headed to Downtown Houston for some long overdue photography. While at once both brash and cultured, the city of Houston is a relatively new city. It owes most of it's exponential growth, four million in seventy years, to the once thriving east Texas oil fields.

The headquarters of the once powerful Enron Corporation consists of four buildings that occupy the four corners of an intersection in Downtown Houston. Joining the the structures is a circular walkway three stories off the ground. The buildings were auctioned off to Chevron Texaco to be utilized as their new headquarters in 2004.