Battle of Flowers

Scouts from the Alamo Area Council of Boy Scouts of America carry the U.S. Flag during the Battle of Flowers Parade in downtown San Antonio April 24, 2015. The Battle of Flowers Parade is the oldest event and largest parade of Fiesta San Antonio, attracting crowds of more than 350,000 in keeping with the original purpose of the parade, honoring the heroes of the Alamo; participants place a floral tribute on the lawn as they pass in front of the Alamo. (U.S. Air Force photo by Johnny Saldivar/released)

PHOTO BY: Johnny Saldivar
VIRIN: 150424-F-YQ806-135.JPG
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