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Texas Bluebonnets

Texas Bluebonnets

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Took some time to record the world famous Texas Bluebonnets.
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SA Tomorrow (San Antonio, Texas)

SA Tomorrow (San Antonio, Texas)

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The City of San Antonio is making a comprehensive plan, a roadmap to prepare for the year 2040. San Antonio is expecting more than 1 million more people by that time and SA Tomorrow is the plan for that future.
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SARA- The Story of the San Antonio River Documentary

SARA- The Story of the San Antonio River Documentary

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This is "SARA- The Story of the San Antonio River Documentary" by . on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
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CEC - Eagleland/River Walk Link Project

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CEC is pleased to offer this presentation of the Eagleland/River Walk Link Project, which links San Antonio's beloved River Walk with the Historic San Antonio Mission Trails Hike and Bike Network. First envisioned in the 1970's, this project is the result of an enduring and truly collaborative effort by many citizens, agencies, and design and construction professionals.
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The Comal River Dive

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The Blue Troll of Galahad dove the Comal River in New Braunfels, Tx on a cold day in January. Spring fed, it keeps a constant temperature of 71 degrees, even in summer. Sporting a 5mm wetsuit, hood, gloves and 7mm boots usually keeps you plenty warm, but the cold will set in after a bit, if not being very active. Full of bass, sunfish, catfish and plecos, along with crappie and cichlids, the scenery is very entertaining. The Blue Troll of Galahad's Vimeo page is https://vimeo.com/psykoesis
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Dealing With Drought

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With Texas in the grips of a major drought, water conservation practices are more important now than ever. Making our water resources last takes commitment and partnership since no one knows when this modern-day drought will end. Diverse Edwards Aquifer groundwater permit holders share their stories of resilience and combined conservation techniques proving that we’re all in this together. Everyone plays a role in managing our shared natural resources. An Edwards Aquifer Authority Film Produced...
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Baby Shamu

Baby Shamu

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BIG NEWS: We are proud to welcome a new addition to the SeaWorld family - Baby Shamu! The female calf was born this morning at 12:08 a.m, and she and her mom Takara are doing well.
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Cascade Caverns

Cascade Caverns

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Cascade Caverns is a historically, geologically and biologically important limestone solutional cave located in Kendall County. It has been commercially operated as a show cave and open for public tours since 1932. Shot with a Canon 5Dmkii and a Canon 50mm f/1.2 lens. 226 Cascade Caverns Road, Boerne, TX 78015 830-755-8080
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Shamu Retrospective starring John and Bridgette

Shamu Retrospective starring John and Bridgette

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Compilation of footage and Images featuring John Hargrove and Bridgette Pirtle as Shamu Trainers at SeaWorld San Antonio.
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Twin Reticulated Giraffes Born

Twin Reticulated Giraffes Born

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Twin Reticulated Giraffes, the only living set of twins and the second reported set of living twins born in the United States, were delivered at Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch on May 10, 2013. The first-born female calf, Wasswa, weighed 95 pounds and was 4.5 feet tall. The second-born male calf, Nakato, weighed 125 pounds and was 5.5 feet tall. “Both Wasswa and Nakato are thriving,” said Tiffany Soechting, Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch marketing director and animal specialist caring for the newbo...
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Olympus Om-d at the Zoo II

Olympus Om-d at the Zoo II

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Shots from the Little Rock Zoo in Arkansas. It was late Christmas eve and the people had gone home. Most animals had been put up for the holiday but a few were out. Olympus Om-d E-m5.
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Olympus Om-d at the Zoo

Olympus Om-d at the Zoo

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Some clips from the Olympus Om-d at the San Antonio zoo. Heres to Olympus raising the video bit-rate on this already nice camera.
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Leon Creek Greenway

Leon Creek Greenway

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City of San Antonio Park System Leon Creek Greenway and Salado Creek Geenway project overview, GFP Group.
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Natural Bridge Caverns Tour

Natural Bridge Caverns Tour

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A brief tour of Natural Bridge Caverns in Shertz, TX by Allyson Carter .
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Mayor Julian Castro Talks Water at SAWS Confluence

Mayor Julian Castro Talks Water at SAWS Confluence

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San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro gives they keynote address at SAWS Confluence 2013, a groundbreaking, annual summit for high school students that focuses on water issues and solutions. More than 800 students from 22 public and private high schools participated in the second annual Confluence summit held Feb. 12, 2013.
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Deansteel of San Antonio -- 2013 Refreshing Ideas Award for Environmental Protection

Deansteel of San Antonio -- 2013 Refreshing Ideas Award for Environmental Protection

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San Antonio Water System is pleased to recognize Deansteel of San Antonio for their refreshing ideas in Environmental Protection. Deansteel, a San Antonio based company, has manufactured steel products such as metal doors, bunk bed frames, and fire protection windows since 1902. Deansteel employs 50 full time employees that market high quality products globally. An extensive recirculating and pretreatment system allows Deansteel to reuse water from its manufacturing processes for up to six weeks...
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H-E-B Carwashes -- 2013 Refreshing Ideas Award for Water Conservation

H-E-B Carwashes -- 2013 Refreshing Ideas Award for Water Conservation

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San Antonio Water System is pleased to recognize H-E-B In-Bay Carwash Systems for their refreshing ideas in water conservation. H-E-B has 13 in-bay carwash facilities located throughout San Antonio and 89 facilities throughout Texas. By retrofitting with reclaim systems, a total water savings of 73 percent was realized. Working in conjunction with SAWS, the 13 H-E-B carwashes will generate a savings of more than 10 million gallons per year. Congratulations to H-E-B In-Bay Carwash Systems for you...
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NuStar Energy LP -- 2013 Refreshing Ideas Award for Water Conservation

NuStar Energy LP -- 2013 Refreshing Ideas Award for Water Conservation

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San Antonio Water System is pleased to recognize NuStar Energy LP for innovation in water conservation. NuStar Energy is a publicly traded partnership with its newly opened corporate offices here in San Antonio. With 8,573 miles of pipeline and 87 terminal and storage facilities, NuStar is one of the largest independent liquids terminals and pipeline operators in the United States. When developing their new corporate offices, NuStar Energy exceeded San Antonio’s plumbing code by installing ultra...
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The Shops at La Cantera -- 2013 Refreshing Ideas Award for Water Conservation

The Shops at La Cantera -- 2013 Refreshing Ideas Award for Water Conservation

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San Antonio Water System is pleased to recognize The Shops at La Cantera for leadership in water conservation. The Shops at La Cantera are the retail center of a 1,700-acre, master planned community in northwest San Antonio. With 1.3 million square feet of retail and dining, the Shops have become a popular shopping destination with water features and beautiful, native Texas plants that enhance the retail shopping experience. The facility's gravity-driven condensation reclamation system is estima...
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