A fellow blogger Miguel Solorzano recently posted images of New Orleans, including the French Quarter, and that inspired me to round up my SquareS of French Quarter doorways I took in April 2006. Now you may remember this was only months after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, but the French Quarter was mostly unscathed by the flooding.
I find doorways and windows to be fascinating vignettes of a house. Like human faces, they have a character all their own. Few places have so many charming doorways in a particular neighborhood than does the French Quarter. The colors are especially inviting and cheerful.
I have a nice set of Louisiana fog images that deserved their own post. Growing up in Louisiana, I don’t remember as much beauty as I have experienced as an adult visitor. March and April are indeed the prettiest months, and the most comfortable. See for yourself… Read the rest of this entry »
I have a stack of paper scraps with hastily scrawled notes, meant to help identify photographs. Some of these notes are 24 years old! Being home with a cold is a good time to sift through these memories, and to present vignettes of a state at its most beautiful in spring. Read the rest of this entry »