Picture Show: Street Scenes from SXSW

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It was perfect weather for taking it to the streets yesterday in Austin, which is why our feet were a couple of blood-filled balloons by late last night.

Good thing there's plenty of street pizza and bizarre performances on 6th street to stop and (rest) watch. Yesterday was no different; it was certainly overflowing with SXSW street oddities.

After the jump, we were able to take the pressure off of our swollen blood sacksfeet for a moment to capture the best SXSW street scenes. Stay tuned for more from SXSW Saturday, of course.

Hopefully we can complete some bingo today.

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