Lens-Artists Challenge #105 – Spring
This week Tina leads the “spring” challenge.
“Spring work is going on with joyful enthusiasm.”
— John Muir
Spring is time to enjoy a series of spring festivals in big and small towns and cities in Texas. It’s a time to celebrate traditions, arts, music, and beautiful wildflowers.
Longhorn cattle filled the streets of downtown San Antonio. The Western Heritage Parade kicks off the annual San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo in February.
It route runs through the streets of downtown San Antonio and features participants who represent the heritage of Lone Star State and the Old West. The parade has grown to over 100 head of longhorn cattle, 50+ sheep, and 500+ horses.
Click to view the slide show: 🙂
Fiesta in April. San Antonio’s winding downtown streets serve as a backdrop for an explosion of colors and a celebration of culture. It was cancelled this spring.
Many creative and fun hats (texascooppower.com):
Each year in March, the SXSW Music Festival brings artists to Austin, Texas. It is a week-long musical festival. Fans and music professionals together with film and tech industry for a unique celebration. The outdoor activities during the day were a lot of fun. The SXSW was cancelled this year due to the Covid 19.