Deep Ellum is essential in our Best of Dallas tour! After being established in 1873, the area was originally called Deep Elm, but the pronunciation “Deep Ellum” by early residents led to its current name. Deep Ellum is known not only for the great music and art, but also the beautiful murals scattered up and down the streets! Model reps Carli and Landri accompanied us on this evening adventure, rocking leather leggings and flowy shirts to set off the stunning backdrop of Deep Ellum’s artsy atmosphere.

We moseyed our way through the colorful district, snapping fun photos and laughing about funny stories when we came across a group of people watching us work. They applauded Carli and Landri for being the rockstars they are as they posed their way through the nearby scenery!

It was about this time when we realized this group of people had a cool looking motorcycle parked next to them… that would photograph perfectly in our North Texas senior’s black clothing. We all looked at each other as the metaphorical lightbulb went off in our heads!



We ended up making a few friends in this group of people, including Zach, who let us photograph on his motorcycle! We were all laughing at how exhilarating it was to come across such a fun photo prop! Thanks Zach!

After we hopped off the bike, we strolled back up Elm Street to see the sun set behind the beautiful Dallas skyline.



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