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Old Posted Mar 10, 2021, 2:29 AM
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Random Photos Of San Antonio In No Particular Order


San Pedro Creek


Under A Texan Sun


Sunset Station


Sunset Station


Rustic Spanish Colonial in the Heart of Downtown


Pandemic Tourism


Houston Street


Houston Street


Snowmageddon


And Now, More Snow. 02/18/2021


I'm Pretty Sure This Tree Eats Children


Confluence Park


Confluence Park


Confluence Park


Confluence Park


Confluence Park


Confluence Park


Confluence Park


Confluence Park


Confluence Park


Confluence Park


San Antonio River


Los Diablos de los Segways


Outlaw Gangs on Segways Terrorize Unsuspecting Tourists from Indiana and Nebraska in Downtown San Antonio!


Salado Creek Greenway


Salado Creek Greenway


Salado Creek Greenway


What Was It We're Supposed To Remember?


Photo Shoot


Tourist Trap


Tourist Trap


The Menger






La Noche


Feliz Navidad


Feliz Navidad


McCallister Park


McCallister Park


Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center


Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center


Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center


Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center


Texas-y Scene in San Antonio

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Sunset Station


Sunset Station


Main Plaza


Ben Milam


Confluence Park


Salado Creek Greenway


Salado Creek Greenway


Salado Creek Greenway


Salado Creek Greenway


Functional Art


Strange Tree #2


Our Lady of the Perpetually Annoying Scooters


CASA RIO


Better Times


"Any Of You Elves Baking Dog Biscuits?"

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Old Posted Mar 10, 2021, 7:28 AM
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Very nice photos of San Antonio. Great set.
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oh very nice thread -- kind of a different view than we usually see here!
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Very nice photos of San Antonio. Great set.
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oh very nice thread -- kind of a different view than we usually see here!

Thanks you guys. I appreciate it.
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Nice shot, where is this? I visited in 2010 and it looks familiar.
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It's a big red sculpture in the middle of a small traffic circle about two blocks from the Alamo on South Alamo Street at East Commerce Street. The title is Antorcha de la Amistad. I actually don't like it very much at all...except in black and white. It looks so much better in black and white.



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I think that this is the most beautiful city in Texas.
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I appreciate the photo titles. Great sense of humor!
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I appreciate the photo titles. Great sense of humor!
Thanks! "Snark" is actually my middle name.
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Thanks! "Snark" is actually my middle name.
No it isn't. I have it on good authority that your middle name is Hubert, so you stop that little deception right this instant!
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No it isn't. I have it on good authority that your middle name is Hubert, so you stop that little deception right this instant!

SHHHH! I don't like people knowing that.
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Had the pleasure of staying at The Menger a couple of years ago and loved exploring the area. Nice set.
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Great pics. I especially like the night scenes.
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I really enjoyed these photos.
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