The north part of the Riverwalk is called Museum Reach because it passes directly next to the San Antonio Museum of Art. All along the path are different types of art: faux bois (false wood) grotto, art on bridges, art under bridges, sound art, and metal art.
Plus, the city does a wonderful job with landscaping, so there are small waterfalls, ponds, and lots of flowers along the San Antonio River. Employees are out working and cleaning up along the path every day of the week.
|Momma duck and ducklings|
|Part of San Antonio Museum of Art - reflected|
|More water lilies.|
|Some kind of wasp on the flowers?|
|Baby swallow under a bridge.|
|San Antonio River Tunnel Inlet Facilities|
|Bob getting totally tubular in San Antonio - watch out surfer dudes|
|Brackenridge Park Waterworks Trail|
|Turtle - dive, dive!|
|Stray lynx point Siamese. Isn't he handsome.|
|Dad in front, two kids, then dog in the caboose.|
|Photos in her wedding dress at Pearl Brewery Complex.|
|Hibiscus on steroids!|
|What a gorgeous flower!|
|Purple water lily opening up for the day.|
|Nancy and Bob on North Riverwalk Volksmarch.|
|Bob Morrison and Nancy Wittenberg|
|Nancy, Bob and Bob at the end of the walk|
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