On an old building in downtown San Antonio. The sign on the front door said The Cottonwood Trading Company.
With one of the San Antonio hotels rising above it.
Early morning at the San Antonio convention center.
With the Hemisfare Tower rising behind it.
La Antorcha de la Amistad
The Torch of Friendship according to Wikipedia.
David Warlick lining up a shot during the ISTE 2013 photowalk.
It looks much bigger in the movies. Actually, this is just the part of the original mission and the area of the fort was much bigger.
The ISTE Photo Walk participants posing for the group shot at the Alamo.
Watching the crowd at the Alamo. Wonder how many times he's been asked if he knows Ranger Walker.
David, Barbara, and Craig pose for the paparazzi at the Alamo during the ISTE 2013 photo walk.
A relief sculpture on the Alamo monument in San Antonio.
Ribbon of Light
Sunlight coming through a break in the awning over the amphitheater at the Alamo.
The umbrellas at the Republic of Texas restaurant along the San Antonio river walk.
Umbella and Shadows
Along the San Antonio river walk.
Part of a larger sculpture in the San Antonio Mercado.
Welcome to Our Store
Two figures at the entrance to a store in the San Antonio Mercado.
Liz Davis doesn't look too happy as she participates in the mass thumb wrestling activity from the Sunday keynote.
The back side of the building, facing Hemisfare Park.
In Hemisfare Park, San Antonio.
Way Up There
The Hemisfare Tower, San Antonio.
The always busy area at the conference.
On the wall of the Disney Store at the Riverwalk Center, San Antonio.
Promoting the Discovery Channel's annual Shark Week, although I'm not sure how this related to the conference.
Liquid Monkey Lounge
Odd name for a bar.
In one of the darker areas of the convention center, lit by the lamp mounted to them.
Mezoamerican pre classic sculpture from the Mexican region now known as Veracruz. On display in Hemisfare Park.
Features of the Alamo Dome near the convention center. With early morning threatening clouds in the background.
The area was almost always this crowded but the conversations continued.
Emily Morgan Hotel
The tower and upper floors of the hotel in downtown San Antonio.