Mardi Gras Rain
Into the Strom
Street Corner Walking
All Trumpets, All The Time
Coming Into New Orleans
Zulus on Mardi Gras Day
Touch Down Jesus
After the Storm
Christmas Eve Upriver
Riding the Levee
Life in The Bywater
Haircut in Central City
At a Jazz Funeral
The Other One
Marching BandsMarching bands are a huge part of a Mardi Gras parade. Look for the different, the odd, and the moving.
Mardi Gras RainSometimes New Orleans has a wet Mardi Gras. The parades roll on. You have to be ready and prepared.
Into the StromLiving in Southeastern Louisiana means dealing with storms. Big storms.
Street Corner WalkingAnother night in the French Quarter in New Orleans.
All Trumpets, All The TimeSo many trumpets at the second line for deb Cotton, a woman who championed inclusion and peace, who died after years of pain after being shot during the Mothers’ Day second line of 2015.
Coming Into New OrleansDriving into New Orleans on Interstate 10 looking into the city.
Like MagicThe French Quarter during the blue hour, facing Decatur Street, Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral.
Zulus on Mardi Gras DayThe Zulus are the soul of Mardi Gras. They are a large social club helping the people of the city whenever they can. On Mardi Gras Day they roll through Central City to St, Charles Avenue where the join with Rex. This picture was made early Mardi Gras morning.
Touch Down JesusLocal New Orleans people call the shadow that emerges at night on the back of the St. Louis Cathedral, “Touchdown Jesus.” I found the counterpoint one night when a man was sweeping the cobblestoned street.
After the StormA loan bike rider passes through the French Market after a huge storm.
Christmas Eve UpriverBonfires on the levee in Gramercy, Louisiana. They are lighted along the Mississippi River to guide Papa Noel to New Orleans on Christmas Eve.
Musical ChairsPainted chairs along the front of one of New Orleans’ original BBQ restaurants called The Joint. Located in The Bywater, it has grown, moved and survived Hurricane Katrina.
Riding the LeveeA lone bike rider rolls along the top of the levee on the Westbank of the Mississippi River near the Crescent City Connection.
Life in The BywaterCleaning up at Vaughn’s in The Bywater.
Haircut in Central CitySometimes getting a haircut is hard work… for the barber.
At a Jazz FuneralComing out at a jazz funeral in New Orleans.
The Other OneInstead of the signature picture from this take, this is the second frame. Big Queen Cherise Harrison-Helson leaves the podium to lead the second line honoring those who lost their lives in the Lower 9th Ward to Hurricane Katrina.
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