Rivard Report photographers continue to chronicle San Antonio and its residents. Each week, we’ll share our most meaningful images as a visual account of San Antonio’s ever-evolving landscape.

The Modernist bar manager David Naylor displays a to-go-only sign Friday after Gov. Greg Abbott ordered Texas bars to close again. Credit: Bonnie Arbittier / Rivard Report
Fine particles from the Sahara Desert refract light and boost the color spectrum of Thursday evening’s sunset. Credit: Bonnie Arbittier / Rivard Report
Billie Billington, a medic and Black Lives Matter protester, checks the temperature of a San Antonio park police officer. Credit: Scott Ball / Rivard Report
Patrons at Chicken N Pickle play a game of Pickle Ball as restaurants grapple with changing regulations during the coronavirus pandemic. Credit: Bonnie Arbittier / Rivard Report
Mayor Ron Nirenberg raises his fist when called to show solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Credit: Scott Ball / Rivard Report
A protester takes part in a rally calling for the removal of a Christopher Columbus monument gifted to San Antonio from the Christopher Columbus Italian Society in 1957. Credit: Scott Ball / Rivard Report
Work on part of San Pedro Creek Culture Park is paused after officials confirmed the intact foundation of the St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church, which dates to the late 19th century. Credit: Scott Ball / Rivard Report
The Christopher Columbus monument in Columbus Park in downtown San Antonio is splattered with red paint. Credit: Scott Ball / Rivard Report
Scott Ball

Scott Ball

Scott Ball is the Rivard Report's photo editor and a native San Antonian.