So long, Texas–I’m off to New Orleans for a few days of fun and perhaps a touch of filth. New Orleans may have seen better times, but the city is still keepin’ on. The streets aren’t as crowded as they once were, but there are definitely people there, partaking in the lasciviousness that makes this city so great.
I arrived in the city at night, a little early for what I had planned, so I started walking around with the camera.
A church in the French Quarter, conveying a not-so-subtle message with its Jesus shadow.
George Rodrigue is a New Orleans-based artist, famous for his “Blue Dog” paintings–and the local hero spares no words letting the world know what he thinks of the current New Orleans rebuilding efforts…or lack thereof.