The Bellagio lobby is always the most magical place.
This Sculpture, among others, can be found at the end of the Waco Suspension Bridge. It is a great depiction of a Vaquero herding some longhorn cattle.
This one was fun. I should have brought a water bottle so I could collect some tears. Also, did you know that Miffy is a real thing?
If you are walking in downtown San Antonio, you are likely to see a large sculpture called the Torch of Friendship. You may also experience direct sunlight and off in the distance, see the sunshine glinting off the exterior elevators as they carry passengers up to the top of the Tower of the Americas.
The McNutt Sculpture Garden is a nice shady spot to get a break from the heat in downtown San Antonio. It is filled with outdoor art. There are events here too, like the Pow Wow Dancing that I was able to enjoy. And as a bonus, it is located just off of the Riverwalk.
The Elisabet Ney Museum had its Fourth Annual Ney Day Celebration under cloudy skies and with humid weather today. It didn’t rain, so the bands could play and everyone could relax and enjoy the event.
It was a beautiful day in the city to have the Art City Austin event. There were tons of artists displaying their wares, lots of music to enjoy, and some spectacular views of the city. Overall, a pretty cool way to spend a Sunday.
I was in search of more wild parakeets today, but ran out of daylight before I could discover what I was looking for. Lucky for me, the Electric Garden was nearby. It has been a while since I walked the gravel path beneath these photogenic sculptures of steel. As the sun continued setting, I enjoyed the lighting conditions and used the opportunity to take some photos.
Before the sun began to set and the cold temperatures hit, I took a walk through Mueller. This sculpture called “Pollen Grain” by Chris Levack has always been one of my favorites. You can walk beneath it on the trail if you select the right path.