A Fine Day

You know that I don’t usually work during mid-day hours. But, every now and then rules are made to be broken. Even if I made the rules. Which is a whole other discussion of another day. Look at it. The scene was perfect. The red carriages contrasting against the fresh greens of spring and theContinue reading “A Fine Day”

Everything Ends Where It Begins. Two.

I thought I’d end this week as it began. Mardi Gras Indians. Super Sunday. Portraits. Great Faces. Colorful Suits. And, Tomorrow? Something different. Maybe something with a little spring in the air. We’ll see.

What I Really Intended to Photograph

So. In yesterday’s post I told you that I went to the Le Beau Mansion. I had one picture in mind. But, I published something completely different. The picture I posted yesterday was light and colorful. An ode to spring, if you will. But, that wasn’t my original vision or intent. I was just beingContinue reading “What I Really Intended to Photograph”

Another View

Casting a shadow. Locally, people call this view “Touchdown Jesus.” What do expect from a city who has an NFL football team called “The Saints?” After all, we live in “Who Dat “city. I’ve photographed this scene from many angles. But, never straight on. I guess I thought that the bars on the fence wouldContinue reading “Another View”


Doors. I have this thing about Doors. No. Not The Doors. They were a great band, but that’s not what I’m talking about. I’m talking about… oh, never mind. You see the pictures. Within a few hours of finally being home, I just had to run out and make a bunch of pictures. I immediatelyContinue reading “Doors”

Mystery Solved. Sort Of.

This post is as much about the story as it is about the picture.  First. You have to understand that the ground on which I’m standing is the roof. It collapsed. That’s weird enough in itself. Then, there’s the mystery. For most of us in New Orleans, there is a St. Charles Avenue. All theContinue reading “Mystery Solved. Sort Of.”


I was driving in an area of New Orleans where I rarely go. I think it’s a part of St. Thomas. Actually, it was after we ate all that Vietnamese food that I posed about earlier this week. I saw this row of collapsing structures and liked what it looked like. To me, it feltContinue reading “Abandoned”