Random N'awlins

Five random shots from my adventures in the Crescent City this week.
The French Market...random stuff at its best.
 

Even a living statue has to take a break every now and again.



 This makes me think I need a squeeze box and a ukulele.


 At a $1.25, a ride on a street car is hard to beat.


Architecture anyone?

I'll take some please. 




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Comments

  1. You captured the wonderful mixture of life in New Orleans.

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  2. Love the sights and sounds of NO...thanks for sharing them.

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  3. your great N'awlin's shots brought back some interesting memories...such as almost freezing to death on a Mississippi riverboat cruise...stupid me no sweater...Don was a gentleman and loaned me his coat :)

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  4. Oh fun. I haven't been there in years.

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  5. Oh I LOVE your street scenes especially the squeezebox. Great photography. B

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  6. love the baskets on the railings. :)

    squeeze box and a ukelele. so cute!

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  7. Must be hard work being a living statue.

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  8. Thanks for the nice tour, my favorites are the street car and the architecture!

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  9. I will definitely say that this is a very interesting place to visit....You can see many things that you don't normally see in other places!!!!!

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  10. Never been, but you have captured the flavor of what I perceive in my mind to be NO.

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  11. I've never been to New Orleans so seeing it through your eyes was great fun.

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  12. I've been to the French Market and ridden the street cars several times. New Orleans is such a great place to visit! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Love it! Reminds me of our trip to New Orleans a couple of years ago.. which I've only just recently dug out of the archives to blog about:
    http://ourfunwithfive.blogspot.com/2013/02/french-quarter-new-orlenas-lousisana.html

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  14. Hi Michelle, what a interesting city, love all the sights too, Francine.

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  15. Lovely photos of this beautiful city! I have been there with my Mr. and we had the time of our lives. Enjoy your time there, love your photos. xoxo

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  16. Hi Michelle, lovely Photos form the market - especially the ukulele caught my eyes! I'd love to visit New Orleans one day :)
    Enjoy your weekend,
    Nina

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  17. Looks great! Someday I'd love to visit there...

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  18. Oh my goodness.. I love that city so much and you got some really fun images there. I want a ukulele too, and they had some really pretty ones at Costco and I wanted one and hubby said.. "What do you need a ukulele for!!!!!" So, I didn't get it. ::sigh:: Common sense is highly over-rated. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  19. Love these photos! Now I'm getting really excited for my trip there this summer :)

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  20. I'm so anxious to go on a trip. Any trip. Anywhere. Thank you for taking me to Nawleens.

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  21. Love New Orleans! Looks like a fun trip!

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  22. awesome!! i love New Orleans!! have fun! ( :

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  23. What an interesting place. I love the shot of the living statue.

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  24. Beautiful captures of your trip Michelle! Love the balconies with the flowers.

    Thanks so much for joining in at R5F this week. xo

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  25. Been there and such a great place to visit...have a wonderful time.

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  26. That's a town that's on my bucket list!!! Looks like you had a great time!

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  27. That's a town that's on my bucket list!!! Looks like you had a great time!

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  28. This delightful city needs to be added to my "bucket list" beautiful photos Michelle!

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  29. I can only imagine how much fun your trip must have been! A destination I hope to make it to some day.

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  30. What pictures of NOLA and no beads and boobs? Amazing! hahahaha

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  31. those are cool photos....I bet yall had a great time...

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  32. Great and varied subject material, it looks like one place that I would love to give camera treatment too !

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