The San Antonio River and part of the River Walk. This is a very pleasant walkway, but there's something about a river encased in cement that takes some of the charm away.
The obligatory photo of the Alamo, the most hallowed ground from the Republic of Texas days. (Believe me, I know. Llamar Anderson taught me Texas History while I was at Dyess AFB near Abilene, Texas. According to Mr Anderson, and many others, there is no greater state than Texas.)
A homeless person sleeping at the entranceway to the Briscoe Western Art Museum. I've been to San Antonio many times but never in the winter--except for when I joined the Air Force, but I wasn't allowed out back then--and I've never seen this here before. So I don't know if it's a sign of the economic times, weather related, etc. Nonetheless, it's depressing.
Chihuly Exhibit at the Denver Botanic Garden
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