tuba player, new orleans, louisiana.

tuba player, new orleans, louisiana.

tuba player, new orleans, louisiana. what a well-loved instrument. i went back a few days later, and he was jamming with a flute-playing friend in the same spot. they got the whole crowd of onlookers to sing you are my sunshine and amazing grace, and my love for nola grew three sizes that day.

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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.

granary burying ground, boston, massachusetts.

granary burying ground, boston, massachusetts. i walked the freedom trail for the first time since i was 10. the granary burying ground and nearby king's chapel ground are the burial sites of some of the most famous revolutionary war figures, including paul revere.

granary burying ground, boston, massachusetts. i walked the freedom trail for the first time since i was 10. the granary burying ground and nearby king’s chapel burying ground are the gravesites of some of the most famous revolutionary war figures, including paul revere. skulls with wings were a puritan precursor to cherubs.