The following are a few selected photos from my trip to New Orleans (7/18 - 8/01). I hope these photographs in some way show you a side of New Orleans that we rarely get to see on the news in light of Hurricane Katrina. It truly is a city of beauty, a city of culture, and a city that will live on as long as there are people willing to nurture it. The city may not be saved, but we can certainly preserve it in memory.
The best shot ever. Mimi and Kate at Sid Mar's seafood restaurant looking out over the harbor. Hurricane ravaged structures from the season earlier stand dilapidated on the right.
Mimi in the background with Kate in the foreground. We're walking down the canal to get to the volleyball beach.
Looking out over the canal bridge into the sunset.
Miss Cindy's home. We're parked here because it's the nearest place to catch a trolley into the city.
Barely Legal on Bourbon Street. 'nough said.
Jackson Square and the huge cathedral behind it.