San Antonio photographers, who often need a bit of extra help, are finding new ways to find them.
Antonio Lopes, who lives in San Antonio, was one of those people.
He and his wife were in a rental car with a few friends and their dog, who was also there.
They were trying to get a shot of a sign that was up on a nearby hill, when a sign posted a few feet away caught their eye.
“It said, ‘A photo in progress,’ so I looked up and saw that it was my husband and his dog,” Lopes said.
Lopes asked the man to take a photo of his dog.
The man did, and Lopes thought it would be cool to take pictures with his dog and get the story behind it.
“I was excited,” he said.
The couple took a picture of their dog with the sign, and then took a few photos of the sign and then posted them to Instagram.
They also took a photo with their friend.
“We posted it to Instagram and we got some good responses, and that’s when we started thinking we could use it for the next post,” Loses said.
Lopes said that while the couple posted a couple of pictures of the dog, the majority of people had been in the area.
Some people posted photos of a local sign that they thought would be interesting, while others said that they’d found an interesting sign that had been overlooked.
Loes also said that a few people commented on the pictures and said they found the signs interesting, but couldn’t tell whether they were a hoax or not.
But Lopes found a few of the more positive comments on the posts.
“[A lot of people] were saying that they found it interesting, they liked it,” Lones said.
“I had a few pictures of a city that’s not a big tourist area.
And a lot of the people said, yeah, it was really interesting, it would help us understand the city.
I found a lot more positive messages than negative ones.”
Lopes told the San Antonio Express-News that the sign was not a hoax, but that he’d like to share the story with others.