Walking through the Capitol grounds on my way to see a film. Can you spot the drone, the squirrel, and the butterfly? 🙂
I went to see a film as part of the third annual Interdisciplinary Spanish Film Festival at Southwestern University this evening. I got there a little early and went for a short walk around the Campus. There was green grass, historic buildings, gray cloudy skies, stately oak trees, and plenty of squirrels zooming around. In case you are wondering, the film was called “Siete cajas” and was a story about a 17 year old pushcart porter working the Mercado 4 in Asunción, the capital city of Paraguay. The film is billed as a Paraguayan thriller film, and it delivers pretty well if you have the chance to see it someday.
I went to downtown Austin for lunch today, and went for a short walk at Town Lake to stretch my legs a bit. You know, just the usual stuff – lake, tall buildings, construction cranes, bridges, Stevie Ray Vaughan Sculpture, squirrel, Frost Bank Tower…
I had an event in downtown Austin again today, so afterwards I went for a long walk on the relatively new Boardwalk Trail . These photos are mostly from the East side of the trail (East of I-35). As you can tell, it is still cloudy and a bit rainy in Austin.