The Heart of the Place


A little photo essay about the heart of St. Bernard Parish. Without getting into the religiosity or spirituality of things, I really do like photographing churches or temples. I also like photographing cemeteries as well. No, I’m not ghoulish. I just find the history of these places interesting. And, I do like their moodiness. More toContinue reading “The Heart of the Place”

More Southern Heart


So. I told you yesterday that I accidentally became a Southerner. I’m not sure how it happened. But, it did. Today, I thought that I would share with you some of the places I saw yesterday. There are a lot more pictures. I’ll show them to you over the course of the next week orContinue reading “More Southern Heart”

Even More Gritty


As you know, I like to experiment with my pictures. A few days ago, I published a picture similar to this one. Well, five days ago to be exact. The picture was two images away from this one in the files. I thought this particular frame was even more desolate than the original picture. So,Continue reading “Even More Gritty”

Wet


We are starting to move into the heaviest section of our storm season. There is a really disorganized storm in the gulf as I write. And there is another one called Erin making its way from Africa. Luckily, it looks like it is headed way north. It will either fall apart in the Atlantic OceanContinue reading “Wet”

The Whole Enchilada


So. Yesterday. I posted my more artistic version of the Kenilworth Plantation Mansion. I though it would a good idea if I showed you what the place really looks like. Actually, I was told it would be a good idea. Ha! This is the wide angle version of the tight view I posted yesterday. IContinue reading “The Whole Enchilada”

The Road (Part Three)


I wrote about this place a couple of days ago. But, I never showed you a picture. It is called The Kenilworth Plantation Mansion. Originally constructed in 1759, it was pretty much ruined by Hurricane Katrina. But, it was restored to way beyond its former glory. When I first saw it, I was stunned. IContinue reading “The Road (Part Three)”

The End of Something


So. A drive along River Road or Bayou Road in any direction along The Mississippi River will bring you to… oil refineries. They are generally hard to photograph because all of them have roving guards in pickup trucks who seem to be use some kind of radar or infrared scanning to locate anybody who stops toContinue reading “The End of Something”