Mardi Gras Traditions
Mardi Gras Traditions
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Touchdown Jesus
Touchdown Jesus
Evening in the Quarter.
Evening in the Quarter.
French Quarter Refelctions
French Quarter Refelctions
Carriages and Light
Carriages and Light
The Heart of The French Quarter
The Heart of The French Quarter
Royal Street Nights
Royal Street Nights
Waiting for a Drink
Waiting for a Drink
Old and in the Way
Old and in the Way
Glowing French Quarter
Glowing French Quarter
Lower Magazine Street
Lower Magazine Street
Moody French Quarter
Moody French Quarter
Sunset on Magazine Street
Sunset on Magazine Street
Mardi Gras Traditions
Mardi Gras TraditionsMardi Gras Indians and their suits are a huge part of Mardi Gras culture.
WTSL 5928.jpg
Bayou 4.jpg
Bridge.jpg
French 3.jpg
One Year 2013 157.jpg
One Year 2013 163.jpg
One Year 2013 190.jpg
One Year 2013 285.jpg
One Year 2013 288.jpg
PAD2012366.jpg
Pictures 2015 578.jpg
Touchdown Jesus
Touchdown JesusWhen the lights are turned on and the shadows are cast on the back of the St. Louis Cathedral locals call what they see, “Touchdown Jesus.”
Evening in the Quarter.
Evening in the Quarter.One my way to somewhere else — the parade route of Krewe du Vieux — when I stopped across the street rom a typical New Orleans food store. I waited for the silhouetted man to walk into the frame and made this picture.
French Quarter Refelctions
French Quarter RefelctionsOne rainy night at Jackson Square in the French Quarter.
Carriages and Light
Carriages and LightMule drawn carriages transport tourists throughout the French Quarter in New Orleans.
The Heart of The French Quarter
The Heart of The French QuarterThe heart of the French Quarter, featuring Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, mule drawn carriages and Decatur Street at dusk in the wonderful blue hour.
Royal Street Nights
Royal Street NightsI work a lot towards nightfall. Night makes everything look better, even this pretty non-discript corner of Royal Street in the French Quarter.
Waiting for a Drink
Waiting for a DrinkTourists lined up at Pat O’Briens waiting for a hurricane and a big night in the French Quarter.
Old and in the Way
Old and in the WayOne of the most photographed buildings in New Orleans, located on Royal Street, catty corner from Rouses grocery store. Most pictures seem rushed, but wait until blue hour arrives and you night make a picture like this one.
Glowing French Quarter
Glowing French QuarterDepending on the time of the year and the weather, you might come upon late afternoon light like the glowing light in this picture of the French Quarter.
Lower Magazine Street
Lower Magazine StreetLate afternoon light illuminates lower Magazine Street making a wonderful golden glow.
Moody French Quarter
Moody French QuarterA quiet moment on a side street during the blue hour in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Sunset on Magazine Street
Sunset on Magazine StreetIn New Orleans sunsets are especially powerful after a hard rain. This picture was made looking into the sun on Magazine Street.
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