mississippi river, new orleans, louisiana.

This place has been heavy on my mind lately. She keeps popping up in the most interesting places.

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The pull of this city astonishes me.

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french quarter architecture, new orleans, louisiana.

french quarter architecture, new orleans, louisiana. royal street is lined with lots of shops and galleries for the tourists, but all i could pay attention to was the buildings themselves, especially above eye level. the building on the left has an example of the cast iron porches constructed through the late 1800s. the building on the right demonstrates the wrought iron that usually predated it.

french quarter architecture, new orleans, louisiana. royal street is lined with lots of shops and galleries for the tourists, but all i could pay attention to was the buildings themselves, especially above eye level. the building on the left has an example of the cast iron porches constructed through the late 1800s. the building on the right demonstrates the wrought iron that usually predated it.

front porch in the french quarter, new orleans, louisiana.

front porch in the french quarter, new orleans, louisiana. i think i'd give my left arm to have one of these homes. and i'd sit on the porch with my flowers and mardi gras beads all day. houses in new orleans were taxed based on some silly things, one of which is the number of doors. as a result, many houses have these very tall windows on the first and second floor that you can walk in and out of.

front porch in the french quarter, new orleans, louisiana. i think i’d give my left arm to have one of these homes. and i’d sit on the porch with my flowers and mardi gras beads and painted brackets all day. houses in new orleans were taxed based on some silly things, one of which is the number of doors. as a result, many houses have these very tall windows on the first and second floor that you can walk in and out of.