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Street Sounds

A little more from last Sunday’s second lines. A little more music. A little more brass. Toot, toot, toot. Honk, honk, honk. And, some rat-tat-tat on the snare drums. 171 more words

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Inside Out

It’s funny how life turns on a dime. This post was supposed to be experimental. Not the pictures. The technology. WordPress allows you to program the time when you want to make a post. 645 more words

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Baby Royalty

Well. I’m sure they don’t think that they’re babies.

In so many ways, they aren’t. They understand the honor that has been bestowed on them. They understand they are the future. 78 more words

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It's The Music...

Music. Food. Culture.

That’s the heart of New Orleans. Other stuff too. But, those are the big three. They are all mixed up and served in a gumbo. 324 more words

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Sapphire and Tears

Times of grief and battle

Two souls laid to rest

Separate, once as human

Eternal sisters, joined at last

Sorcha stepped off the streetcar, into the leafy tunnel of Washington Ave. 508 more words

Dancing Part Two

I’m getting to the place where I’m getting very low on pictures that I want to show you. That’s not to say that I haven’t been working. 370 more words

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More Scenes

Just a few more pictures from Sunday’s Ole & Nu second line parade. It’s all about the joy. All about the celebration.

A quick reminder, although I’ll be photographing whatever I see, second line parades are on hiatus for the next two Sundays while Jazzfest takes over the city. 67 more words

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