Families walk through the Blanton Museum while attending the Blanton Summer Family Days’ Art Lab on Thursday Morning.
Horticulturist Mick Vann takes a break outside of the University of Texas Greenhouse on Thursday morning.
Families spend Thursday evening playing on Butler Park’s Doug Sahm Hill.
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Jeremy Galloway, a local street artist, looks over the early phases of his art piece on Castle Hill on Tuesday afternoon.
Castells, human towers, are one of the richest traditions in Catalonian culture. Castells ("castles" in Catalan) originated in the town of Valls in the 18th century and are traditionally built during festivals in Catalonia. All castellers wear a faixa (sash) which is used for back support and to help other castellers climb up and down the tower. Many teams in Catalonia gather on Sundays to practice and perform for locals and tourists during the summer.
Passersby walk through a group of pigeons at Plaza Cataluyna in Barcelona, Spain.
A boy plays at Placa de la Vila in Vilanova i la Geltrú, Spain.
Editor's Note: Senior photographer Chelsea Purgahn is studying abroad in Barcelona, Spain for the summer and will be intermittently reporting interesting scenes she encounters during her trip.
UT Parking and Transportation Services employee Robert Moore repaints the fire lanes in preparation for upcoming graduation ceremonies. Shelby Tauber | Daily Texan Staff