As shoppers drifted between art galleries and cafes in downtown La Villita on Saturday, men dressed in in hats and coats from the 19thcentury hid behind walls and pillars, staring down their rifles at others dressed as soldiers in the Mexican army.
This year's convention runs from Aug. 31 to Sept. 2, and focuses on all things anime and "anime-adjacent," including video games, horror, and sci-fi.
On Aug. 15, the day of the annual solar double illumination, a setting sun in the west casts rays of light through two glass openings.
On Saturday, the “Pride Bigger Than Texas” parade marched down the LGBTQIA-friendly “Main Strip” toward the city's new rainbow crosswalks.
Madrid-based flamenco dancer Primitivo Daza and his dance company performed at the former brewery as part of the Olé San Antonio festival.
Hundreds gathered Friday evening in Alamo Plaza for a candlelight vigil to mark the one-year anniversary of firefighter Scott Deem's death.
Marching bands, cheerleaders, veterans, and military members from around the world carrying their national flags walked and waved, smiled and cheered.
When one of the duchesses stood up in preparation for her entrance, I was mesmerized by her silhouette and knew I had to capture it.
Gordon Luedke is a member of the Full Metal Racquets, an all-ages tennis team made up entirely of people who have had a limb amputated.
One day in the heat of July, Luis messaged me, saying he had just rescued a horse from dying of neglect in Houston. He asked if I wanted to document the process of bringing the horse back to health. I said yes immediately and was at the ranch the next day.