How many pictures can one take of the French Quarter? This time, not so many. I’ve done that for the last 5 years and decided to save that for the kodachrome which will be posted later. This time around, it felt necessary to venture into the outskirts. From canal street to the muddy swamps. This [...]
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It’s august, and with august this year comes the 5 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina that decimated the south on August 29th, 2005. If you are a fan of the blues, you already know of the many old blues men that sold their soul at the crossroads in Mississippi. Personally, I sold mine in New [...]
If you have even glanced at the news, it comes as no surprise when we talk about the Gulf oil spill. BP is controlling public perception, well the best they can. Politicians are in a frenzy, and all of these disasters and failures come at the expense of the people that live and work every [...]
4 years after hurricane Katrina devastated the gulf coast, and well. In the years that I have been traveling down here. There was more optimism and hope. Many lots still sit vacant and over grown in the Lower Nine. However, along Tennessee St new construction continues and many new homes stand.