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Things to see, do and hear in the French Quarter, Its no wonder people love having a second home here….

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Hotel on Esplanade in NOLA


There is so much to see, do, hear and smell in the New Orleans French Quarter.  Took these in an hours time walking around. The Melrose Plantation is a Bed and Breakfast on Esplanade across the street from the French Quarter.

The Masks are colorful and are for sale at the French Market.  Just one of the hundreds of items for sale.  The “Trashy Diva Window” is on Royal Street and always has some interesting dresses for sale.

The Rouses Supermarket on Royal is home to many a band on weekends. Always a good place to get a sandwich, a drink, snack or whatever. The music is fun. Just 2 blocks to Jackson Square.

Window Shopping Inside, French Quarter

Masks at French Market

Rouses on Royal Street, The Band


New Orleans French Quarter, Late Afternoon Light….Steams and Shadows

Friday, January 10th, 2014

Cabildo from Corner, French Quarter Nights

      About Sunset in the afternoon you get a lot of shadows and streams of light that give you a variety of colors and shades.  These are some of the photos that I took this week in the French Quarter in the late afternoon.  You end up getting a lot of detail as you get little direct sun and deep shadows as you would during the day.




Hanging Angels on Balcony

Royal Street Corner Sunset

Urusline Street in New Orleans, Sunset....

Gardens at Beauguard-Keys Home in New Orleans French Quarter….

Saturday, April 13th, 2013

Beauregard-Keys House and Gardens, New Orleans

Beauregard Keyes Home and Gardens

Beauregard-Keyes Home and Gardens

Beauregard Keyes Home and Gardens 

     The Beauregard Keyes Homes and Gardens is at the corner of Uruslines and Chartres.  This beautiful Garden is set to the origional plans of 1865 and is maintained as such.  The fountain was added at at later date.  You may miss this little piece of New Orleans but here it is from several different angles so you can enjoy it as much as I have…. 

French Quarter Nights in December of 2012, Merry Christmas

Monday, December 24th, 2012

      French Quarter Nights in New Orleans can really be quiet and surreal when you off the areas that attract all the tourist.  You can always get some great photos in December as the weather has been great.  New Orleans is becoming a Christmas time desination for many people with all the things you can do…..Merry Christmas 


New Orleans, Odds And Ends Around Town…..Always Something to See

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

       Wonderful Artwork by Brandon K. Jenkins in Jackson Square.  You can always find a lot of cool artwork around the square.  This one of the best.  Maybe you should get one for your home or office.  The more I look it the more I think about going bck and purchasing one.



Dancing on Royal Street in New Orleans French Quarter

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

      Dancing and playing music in the French Quarter is a daily activity in the afternoon.  Stop and enjoy as many of these artist are very good.  A small tip makes their day and between window shopping its a fun thing to do in the French Quarter. 

Color on Historic Esplanade Ave. Town Home, Late French Quarter afternoon….

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

     Esplanade Ave Starts at the River and ends up at City Park.  This is at 1037 Esplanade Ave on the outskirts of the New Orleans French Quarter.  Just a very colorful building in the late afternoon sun.   The Double Creole Town home dates back to 1833-1836 shows the Spanish Colonial influence of that time.  Its now known as the Petronille Monsignac house.  I doubt if it were ever this colorful in the early years.

French Quarter balconies are a treasure in New Orleans…

Monday, May 9th, 2011

     You never need to search for things to photograph in the French Quarter.  You can always find historic building with balconies.  Add Hanging basket ferns, wrought iron designs, french doors, flying flags, unique shops on the first floor and you get a feel for the New Orleans French Quarter.  Go a mile in either direction upriver and downriver and you get an entire different picture of New Orleans. 

Andrew Jackson rides in the fog….at Jackson Square in New Orleans.

Friday, March 4th, 2011

Andrew Jackson in the fog in New Orleans

      On a recent Saturday the fog had its way with the New Orleans French Quarter.  Being right on the Mississippi River Jackson Square was covered and I was there to enjoy the nice change of scenery.  It could have been foggy that morning in 1814 when Jackson defeated the Bristish in the Battle of New Orleans.  Johnny Horton however never mentioned it. 



Random Photos of the French Quarter.

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

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