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New Orleans Getting Ready for Super Bowl Sunday….

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013


Madri Madness Begins in New Olreans

 Super Dome and the Super Bowl


     New Orleans is excited that the Super Bowl is in town for the 2013 game.  It happens to be right in the middle of Mardi Gras.  You could not buy this kind of attention that the City will receive.  We have been getting ready for months and now it all seems to be coming togeather….I will be pulling for the Ravens…

New Orleans, Loyola Streetcar Line gets ready to open for the Super Bowl

Thursday, January 24th, 2013


Loyola Street Car Line in New Orleans


Streetcars to Loyola Ave., New Orleans Newest Line

Ethan, Super Bowl Ready

      New Orleans is just finishing the first leg of a new streetcar line that will run down Loyola and N. Rampart from Howard Ave. to Elysian Fields.  The first leg looks great as the new tracks were being tested this week.  The town is really looking forward to this years game in the Super Dome.  Just another major improvement that will connect the Marginy, French Quarter and the Warehouse District.  Its a $1.25 per ride…

Historic New Orleans Homes to a Music Slide Show….

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

     Just an experiment.  Its a group of random shots homes in New Orleans.  You can click for music. I kind of thre it togeather but can make these better with time. Have fun watching. Say yes to have music play….

Magazine Street Store is a Typical Neighborhood Store from Yesterday

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

1382 Magazine Street

     This corner store on the corner of Magazine and Tersichore Street really mearges well into this historic neighborhood store in New Orleans.  I had no idea of what it sold so I looked it up. Below is the description of Canopy and what they do.  Its 1382 Magazine in the New Orleans Garden District.  Most likely the origional owner lived above the store.  Cannot find out much about the origional store.

     CANOPY: habitat for sustainable living, a showroom and store offering environmentally responsible and nontoxic building and design products, has just opened for business at 1382 Magazine Street in the Lower Garden District.

Foggy Day in New Orleans…Jackson Square always some great shots..

Saturday, January 12th, 2013


Foggy Jackson Square St. Louis Cathedral

Louisiana State Museum at Jackson Square, Foggy

 Foggy Gates at Jackson Square in New Orleans

Foggy Sx Player at Jackson Square

      This was really an unusual opportunity to get some great photos in a foggy setting.  I had 30 minutes between appointments to get a lot in.  It was 230pm in the afternoon this week with the fog banks moving in over the river.  What a great setting Jackson Square in the French Quarter of New Orleans is..Maybe I can get some more and at night it would even be better….

Magazine Street in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans, Historic Homes begin to Shine…

Saturday, January 5th, 2013

Home in Lower Garden District of New Orleans, The Purple One

       This Magazine Street Home stands out with the purple color and the blooming Bougainvillea in the beginning of January of 2013.  These historic homes in the area are really making a come back in the Lower Garden District.  Most likely built in the 1870’s after this area became part of the City of New Orleans.  So many agricultural details in the area.


Homes in the Lower Garden District of New orleans

 Home in Lower Garden District of New Orleans, The Purple One

Its night time in New Orleans, Great time for photos….

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

Magazine Street Nights

Garden District Home, Porch at Night.

 Chartres Street at Night, New Orleans French Quarter - Copy

      You can get some great photos at night in New Orleans.  Its quiet and you always have some great light.  It just gives you a much different look.  The details are still visiable.  Still always amazed as to how beautiful some of these photos end up looking…. Its night time in New Orleans every night…

The Lower Garden District in New Orleans has some Great Historic Homes and Condos

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

Lower Garden District Banner, New Orleans Condos

Lower Garden District Conversions


Lower Garden District Home turned into New Orleans Condos

           The Lower Garden District of New Orleans has been a hot market segment for condos of late.  The old homes that had been divided up into apartments have become prime properties for conversions into condos.   The area is really a very historic area that is just being discovered in the last several years. The Lower Garden District was once several plantations just on the outside of the City of New Orleans.

New Orleans Historic Homes, Lots of details in 2013…The Test of Time

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

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Lower Garden District Porches in New Orleans Homes


New Orleans Homes, Historic Details 1

       Taking photos of historic homes allows you to focus on the many details that you will find in New Orleans.  They are detailed and colorful.  They have stood the test of time.  They give each home its unique look.  Its like the human eye quickly looks and its hard t get the details. Happy New Year 2013…

Simon Gumbel Tomb Photo leads to another photo of a more famous New Orleans Landmark….

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

       Cemeteries in New Orleans are especially interest places to visit. Metairie Lawn is one that should be on everyone’s list.  What makes this one a worth while visit is the family tombs and the history behind them.  There are some beautiful works of art sitting out to enjoy but few notice it unless they are on a tour.

      I thought this one looked interesting and to my surprise it was very interesting. The tomb of Simon Gumbel who lived from 1832 to 1909 was a German native who moved  New Orleans in 1864 fro Point Coupee Parish to start a wholesaale notions business.  He became a millionaire and left his fortune to his daughters.

    The rest of the story is  that his daughters donated the Gumbel Memorial Fountain that was dedicated in 1919.  It is the pretty fountain that greets you when you enter Audubon Park from St. Charles Ave.  I knew not the name of the fountain but now I do after looking up the name on the tomb. A great connection. There is probably much more to the story but this is the connection between tomb and the fountain.

Gumbel Tomb in New Orleans Guarding the Toms in New Orleans

  Gumbel Memorial Fountain

Audubon Park Fountain and Statue