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Monthly Archives: May 2010

Jazz on the corner – French Quarter

Stand up bass player in an impromtu jazz band in Jackson Square, French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisianna. Picked upView full post »

Portrait of a falconer

This fellow is a life long falconer who works with the birds of prey recovery mission through the Last Chance Forever&View full post »

The graduate

Kelly graduates this week from Stephenville High School…hard to believe that they grow up so very fast. This imageView full post »

The color of new life

I shot this spectacular bud and flower during a rain storm last month while in Houston with Kelly for her Art ConferenceView full post »

Master of the Joust

The highlight of Scarborough Renaissance Faire is always the Joust. The merry ring leader of this event was anView full post »

Twig and the Lady bug

Kelly and I traveled to Scarborough Faire today and spent a wonderful afternoon wandering around enjoying theView full post »

All lit up – The Louvre

Last June while visiting Paris, I spent an evening around the Louvre. I had set up with my tripod and my newly acquiredView full post »

Mississippi paddle boat – New Orleans

Caught the Natchez,  a steamboat that still operates on the Mississippi River out of New Orleans, pulling away from theView full post »

Happiness is sometimes so simple

On Mother’s day my gift to my wife was to capture a moment in time for her with a favorite horse. Captured with:View full post »

Ceremony in the French Quarter

On my last evening in New Orleans I was wandering down Decatur Street towards Jackson Square when I came across thisView full post »

Uncle Lionel Batiste

The Treme Brass Band assistant leader is the infamous Lionel Batiste who still plays the bass drum with impecable timingView full post »

Louisiana mudbug

The world is mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful  ~  e.e. cummings Last Saturday following a very wet Friday atView full post »