San Antonio: More Than Anywhere Else
Munson, Lia E., PSA Journal
SAN ANTONIO More than anywhere else.
Question: Where can you hop on a street car, pay just 10 cents and ride through exotic, scenic areas? Where can you take a "river taxi" and float dreamily past lush tropical foliage while listening to mariachi singers? Where can you walk a short distance and find yourself in another world amidst the greatest variety of photogenic subjects you have ever seen concentrated in one spot?
Answer: You can do al of this and much more at out 53rd International Conference of Photography, September 2-7 at the Hilton Palacio del Rio in San Antonio, Texas--The Lone Star State, the Friendship State.
Located in the Texas Hill Country, a region of spring-fed lakes, strams and blue bonnet flowers, San Antonio is the ninth largest city in the U.S. It has a colorful history spanning more than 270 years. With an average annual temperature of 68.8 degrees fahrenheit and 300 days a year of clear blue skies it is a haven for photographers.
The San Antonio River meanders through the heart of downtown, past our hotel, and the famous River Walk, also called …
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Publication information: Article title: San Antonio: More Than Anywhere Else. Contributors: Munson, Lia E. - Author. Magazine title: PSA Journal. Volume: 57. Issue: 2 Publication date: February 1991. Page number: 25+. © 2008 Photographic Society of America, Inc. COPYRIGHT 1991 Gale Group.
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