When I first arrived in New Orleans I was told a lot of different things about this building. It was said to be a cannon ball manufacturing plant during the Civil War. It may be that there was another building on the land that did make something during the war, but this building was constructed…
Green. That’s what I felt like seeing. I thought you might enjoy it too. Not only do I like the color, but I like the stillness of these pictures. Quietude and solitude are two reasons that we bought the farm. These pictures are not from there. We have trees, but they are certainly not huge,…
A Little Too Much
This flooding happens every few years in New Orleans. The city doesn’t flood, but on the Westbank there are low lying buildings and a few roads. Not much really gets damaged, but the water sure does look a little scary. That little building that looks like a house is really part of a small amusement…
Out On The Street
You know that I like working at around dusk, when the blue light is really blue. You also know that I like motion blur. So, when I stumbled upon a woman walking in The French Quarter at th right time of day I had only one choice, make photographs. Happening upon this scene at the…
Technical difficulties, for sure. I’ll tell you about it when I’ve got a better work space.
If you drive far enough on 4th or 2nd Streets you get out in the country, er, desert. Trust me. It’s not that far. Along the way you’ll see all sorts of stuff. A cemetery that features giant boots. A church that is open once a week and seats about ten people. Some really tiny…
What Have We Lost?
We read a lot. Blogs. Newspapers. Magazines. Podcasts. (Listen to, not read) One favorite author is Margaret Rynkl who mostly writes for the New York Times. She covers just about everything south from a very gentle perspective. Today, she said, “You’re pointing your camera the wrong way.” She was mostly referring to the billions of…
It’s all celebration and sometimes it’s all seasonal. It certainly is colorful. That makes me smile. The pictures. Pretoria. Santa Fe. Hong Kong. Treme. Albuquerque. Savannah. New Orleans.