The idyllic restaurant on the river (and thanks for comin’ to the talk!)

Thanks all of you that were able to come out to my talk last night. I hope it was entertaining for y’all! The good people at CapMac said there was a good crowd there with just over 100 people. There were some very interesting questions, and everyone seemed very nice and affable. We’ll have to do it again next time – thank you all for coming – sorry I could not meet all of you! 🙂

This, below, is the Fig Tree restaurant on the River Walk in San Antonio. If you’ve never been around there for a walk, I highly recommend it. It’s a very touristy thing to do, but, still, it’s cool. And if you like Mexican food (who doesn’t???), there are a million restaurants right there on the river.

It’s all great for people watching. I always like to watch couples walk by and play, secretly, "Do those two look like they belong together?" That probably sounds like a weird game to play, but I can’t help it!

The idyllic restaurant on the river (and thanks for comin' to the talk!)

  • I love that stake house on the river walk. I got engaged there many years ago.. Awesome photo as usual. Thanks.

  • half awake and I can’t spell tonight.. I thought that was the Little Rhein Steak house.

  • Dale Martin

    Great Photo Trey!!!

    San Antonio is such a great city to vist, and so easy to photograph!

  • Wow, Trey, what a wonderful picture. I haven’t been to San Antonio, but I would love to go there. I love the colors in this picture. All the surroundings around the water look so interesting. I want to walk up that stairway!!! And the light reflecting in the water is just right!! Truly a beautiful picture, congrats!! And thanks so much for sharing it with all of us. Have a great weekend. Hope you are out there taking more pictures, ha. As if you wouldn’t be ;-). Enjoy, we are looking forward to seeing whatever you get.

  • Every time I see your shots from San Antonio, I want to head down there. The only experience I have with the town is driving through it on the way down the Eagle Pass, so there wasn’t really any exploration time. After hearing Austinites talk about how crappy San Antonio is for so long, I’ve been hesitant to visit. I think this really exemplifies your comment the other night about being open to seeing the beauty of things from a traveler’s perspective.

  • hehe cool – great! Glad you guys like it

  • Great photo – I always love water reflections!

  • we’ve never been to san antonio but we plan it sometime soon. i play that game too… although i try to decide if the couples match. not in the sense that they look the same, but that they have the same aura. i play it all the time, i can’t help it. i also think i’m good at it. haha.

  • Wow, this is beautiful!

  • Weird, i’m editing photos from San Antonio Riverwalk too… It was hard to use a tripod during Mardi Gras weekend so I’m crossing my fingers for something usable 🙂 This is a great shot. My favorite part is the reflection but I can appreciate how warm and inviting the restaurant looks all tucked away among the trees. Still amazes me how many trees are on the riverwalk.

  • Gisele

    Another great photo!
    I really like photography and I’m giving my first tries as a photographer. For sure this is a great site to get inspiration and check out nice images! Congrats.

  • Facebook User

    I’ve been there many times and my shots don’t look like yours.

    Great shot!!

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