One summer when I was still quite young my mother and dad took my sister and I to San Antonio.
I had gotten my very own Kodak Brownie camera for Christmas and I was going to finally get to really try it out.
We visited all of the tourist spots and historic places. The Alamo, the rose window at Mission San Jose, the Chinese Sunken Gardens at Breckenridge Park, and the Buckhorn Saloon.
But the river walk appealed to me most of all. It instantly became my favorite place. We walked the entire length of it, crossed a footbridge and walked back to where we had started. After re-crossing the river we had dinner at the Casa Rio.
A few days ago I came across some of the pictures I took there with my Brownie Camera on 127 black and white Verichrome film. Some of them were considerably better than what I produce today with my fancy digital outfit.
Note: The image below is from the internet…not from my Brownie camera.