• From Graffiti to Art

    Francis Azarian helps his father, Ethan Azarian, paint over vandalism on his mural near 30th and Speedway. The mural is one of many by the local artist, whose pieces can be seen along South Congress and elsewhere around Austin.

  • Up, up and away

    Gabriel Brennan, left, covers his ears to block out the noise of the propeller while his stepfather Winston Larison, right, runs his airplane’s motor in their front yard on Sunday afternoon in Galveston. An aircraft mechanic at Galveston’s Lonestar Flight Museum, Winston built the airplane in a year’s time from wood and aluminum and plans to fly it locally.

  • When It Rains It Pours

    After two days of pouring rain, Austin was left with large puddles of water all over the city. Zilker Park was one of the areas flooded with the much needed rain on Wednesday, where the puddle gives off a great reflection of the skyline. 

  • It's grate!

    A young woman walks towards the entrance of the School of Architecture on Tuesday afternoon.

  • Clear Skies

    A man enjoys the clear skies atop a hill in Butler Park, Monday afternoon. The warm temperatures and cool breeze had a number of Austinites frequenting the local park.

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