Our favorite pictures — Sept. 19-25, 2021

As far as events go, this week proved to be one of the most exhaustive with multiple events, including the Kerrville Triathlon Festival. Here's a look at some of our favorite photos from the week. We also had to slip a few from Sunday in there as well.

THE WEEK IN PICTURES

A triathlon rider crosses the Crossing Street bridge over the Guadalupe River on Sept. 26.

The incomparable and powerful Russell Nemky of Kerrville before heading out to compete in the punishing Kerrville Triathlon Festival.

Midland's Kwayu Peter Abraham was all smiles as he came across the finish line at the Kerrville Triathlon Festival.

The hands of Ingram artist Douglas Carey can make magic from paint, wood and metal.

A Plein Air artist paints along the Guadalupe River on Saturday before showing his work at the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center.

The moon on Friday night.

Houston-based painter Vickie MacMillan-Hayes works with an aspiring artist on Friday at the Museum of Western Art in Kerrville.

Schreiner University President Charlie McCormick was all smiles on Friday after announcing the university received a $5 million grant to fund an expanded engineering program.

Schreiner University's volleyball team had some reasons to celebrate in a tough match against visiting Mary Hardin-Baylor on Sept. 21. The Mountaineers lost to the visitors, but the they put up a fight.

Sometimes just walking out your backyard produces magic.

One of the remarkable dancers from the Hill Country Youth Ranch.

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