The bluebonnet fields were cool. The views of downtown from St. Edward’s University were nice. But the ladybugs posing for photos were by far the best.
Yes, it can rain at South by Southwest. This puts a damper on the fun in the streets and the outdoor parties.
If you like 3D printers, robots, and other fun stuff, you will like SXSW Create. But you better hurry, because it all goes away after Sunday.
It is so cool to have the SXSW Festival in downtown Austin every year. You never know what you are going to see or discover.
Austin City Hall was the stage tonight for an outdoor performance of Chaddick Dance Theater. It was interesting to watch the dancers perform while people were out and about in the city, and traffic was flowing behind us on Cesar Chavez Street. The performance is called “Meetings of the Mind” and there will be a few more chances later in March to check out the show if you find yourself in Austin.
This is an awesome time in Central Texas. The wildflowers are beginning to pop up. This groovy patch can be found at Park Hills Baptist Church, and there is also a nice view of downtown Austin from this site. Have fun if you go, and beware of the traffic on the nearby road. 🙂
Here are some photos from around the Palmer Events Center on a Saturday night.
The view of Downtown Austin from the Travis County Expo Center at sunset is always beautiful. If you are there for an evening event, just stroll out to the back parking lot and enjoy.