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Lens: Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 + FA77 Ltd + F 50 f/1.7 Camera: K-5 IIs Photo Location: San Antonio, TX 
Posted By: MadMathMind, 10-20-2014, 04:02 PM

Brief weekend in San Antonio. Here are some of the results. I saved the best for last--and no, I'm not just saying that to make you look at all the photos!

At The Alamo

Sigma 18-35 @ 23mm, f/2, ISO400, 1/500s

Pentax F50 @ f/2.2, ISO100, 1/1000s

Sigma 18-35 @ 22mm, f/2.2, ISO2000, 1/40s

Sigma 18-35 @ 18mm, f/2.8, ISO2500, 1/30s

San Antonio Missions NHP, Mission San Jose

Sigma 18-35 @ 24mm, f/10, ISO125, 1/60s

Sigma 18-35 @ 20mm, f/11, ISO125, 1/125s

Pentax FA77 Limited @ f/1.8, ISO80, 1/800s

Pentax F50 @ f/2.2, ISO80, 1/1250s

Mission Concepcion:

Pentax F50 @ f/2.2, ISO250, 1/1250s

Sigma 18-35 @ 22mm, f/1.8, ISO125, 1/400s

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10-21-2014, 12:34 PM   #2
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Nice shots of the Alamo especially the night ones but where's the shots of the Riverwalk?
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I love San Antone - nice collection of shots. TFS!
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Nice shots of the Alamo especially the night ones but where's the shots of the Riverwalk?
I took some from a boat ride, but they weren't among my favorites. I'm headed back there in January so I plan to take my tripod and get some good Riverwalk shots then.

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Very nice images of the Alamo - I love spending a couple of nights on the River Walk. We usually stay at the Drury which is located near one end - allowing a person to head off from the hotel about 3:00 PM, walk to the other end (stopping frequently for the libations necessary to stave off remarkable thirst), and walk back with in an "elevated" frame of mind.

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Lived in San Antonio for a few years back in the late 70's. Nice to see they tore down all those buildings around the Alamo. :-D Great shots, thanks for sharing.

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