New Orleans

The Graveyard

By |August 23rd, 2011|

 If you’re not into graveyard….just skip this one.   New Orleans’ is known for its elaborate graveyards and burial rituals.   I think they are cool and this one survived Hurricane Katrina which made it cooler ;)  There is so much history in graveyard, you can’t help think who these people are and what type of life they […]

Jackson Square

By |August 5th, 2011|

Happy Friday everyone, enjoys some views from Jackson Square, New Orleans.

there were brides everywhere, I don’t know why but I didn’t mind…

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Doors & Details (continued)

By |July 28th, 2011|

There were just too many for one post so here are the rest.  If you missed Tuesday’s, click here.

Doors, Balconies & Details

By |July 26th, 2011|

Oh how I loved all the details of the streets.  Each street in New Orleans is FULL of character.  From rod iron fences to balconies decked in beads to doors that make you wonder where they lead I couldn’t help but fall in love with the beauty the city holds. 

When you look around you […]

Get out your dollar bills

By |June 28th, 2011|

There are street performers EVERYWHERE in New Orleans, in fact if you go there I highly recommend bringing a stack of ones.  They are truly talented and unique individuals on the streets, we saw all walk of life trying to earn a buck from a man painted head to toe in silver paint to […]

The Neon Lights of Bourbon

By |June 14th, 2011|

Bourbon street is like Disney world for college kids. You can’t help but be in awe in the allure of the neon lights, flying beads and people spending a dollar or asking for a dollar.  I love reading the clever names of bars, shops and fortune tellers and the gimmicks they use to get […]