Luminaria 2013

Technology failures and crazy work schedules (I have five bylines in Sunday’s paper, y’all — that’s nuts) caused this post delay. Now that that excuse is out of the way, enjoy this photo explosion from Luminaria, San Antonio’s nighttime arts extravaganza. The idea is that all exhibitors use light in their work somehow. It’s always beautiful and fun, and this year the weather held out. Seeing other people’s art always inspires me. I hope it works for you, too.

By Charles Harrison Pompa

By Charles Harrison Pompa

Don't remember which building this is, but it's pretty.

Don’t remember which building this is, but it’s pretty.

HemisFair Park arch

HemisFair Park arch

Austin Bike Zoo grasshopper

Austin Bike Zoo grasshopper

Austin Bike Zoo flies

Austin Bike Zoo flies

Pink building...

Pink building…

... turned blue.

… turned blue.

Front porch lamp installation.

Front porch lamp installation.

This eye was hanging under the arch last year; this year it was under the clock tower.

This eye was hanging under the arch last year; this year it was under the clock tower.

Tower of the Americas

Tower of the Americas

Green fountain.

Green fountain.

Red fountain.

Red fountain.

Blue fountain.

Blue fountain.

"surrender"

“surrender”

A tree of bulbs...

A tree of bulbs…

... where I had a good idea. ;)

… where I had a good idea. 😉

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