It was a beautiful, sunny day at the gardens of the Witte Museum. The butterflies were out in force, looking for an energy source to fuel their magical flights.
One part of the Witte Museum is the South Texas Heritage Center. This consists of a two floor exhibit with Texas memorabilia everywhere.
Parts of the Witte Museum are currently under construction, but they still have plenty of art to admire. My favorites depicted the Mission life in South Texas.
For my last event while in San Antonio, I chose to visit the National Geographic Earth Explorers exhibit at the Witte Museum. The website explains that you will “Follow six, National Geographic scientists on their adventures through Earth’s diverse eco-zones and discover what it takes to survive and study in some of the planet’s most extreme conditions.” The highlights are the videos sprinkled throughout the exhibit, but these photos will give you an idea of what to expect.
Chillin’ at the Alamo. Watching the skies change as the sun sets behind me. Taking photos.
Kaskade closed out the Mala Luna Festival in style. His EDM set made it feel like a Vegas nightclub with an intimate dance floor for thousands.
Today there was a Día de Los Muertos Festival in downtown San Antonio at La Villita. The Festival had tons of art on display and for sale at several booths around the courtyard. It was jam packed with families in the mood to celebrate.
It was a short set by Steve Aoki, but he rocked it. If you are not familiar with his style of EDM shows, then search for him on social media. It is always interesting to see where in the world he will jet off to next. 🙂