January 2020 New Orleans and Toronto

MISSISSIPPI RIVER STATUE NEW ORLEANS DEC 2019

109 Castlefield kitchen

 

Children left these messages on the wall

Washington Ave NOLA Garden District

interview on elemnt radio with david

new orleans beads

Staging area for Sugar Bowl Parade

shadow photo – sugarbowl parade NOLA

parade

The morning after the night before

January 1st 2020

January 1 2020 New Orleans, old phone box

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NOLA – Garden District

Garden City New Orleans

And Empty Java Cup On Top

By Nola’s contemporary art museum

Garden District

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paddleboard racing

lake wow races – media day

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The Solitudes Rhoma Spencer in front

marley berot Another booklist cultural centre

dad takes picture of daughter, anthony berot and artist marley berot

 

art for tokers and smokers

Back alley in New Orleans Garden District

Last Shortlist picture for the Taylor Prize

Margaret Atwood (l) and Noreen Taylor (r) Tom Sandler took photo

New Orleans Mascot. The Name of a Drink. It is da Bomb! In New Orlean’ you can walk with an open container of booze, as long as it is made of plastic. The New Orleans Grenade is sold in take-out bars throughout the French Quarter. It comes in a tall long stem plastic container that has a bulb shaped like a Grenade. Smooth tasting, but, very very deadly – but no worries, only your head will explode.. This is how you make a Grenade.
1½ ounces gin.
1½ ounces grain alcohol.
1½ ounces melon liqueur.
1½ ounces vodka.
1½ ounces rum.

outdoor stadium/park beside mississippi river being prepared for new year’s eve concert and ABC TV Dick Clarke broadcast

waiting for Sheryl Crow to start playing for her pretape

street concert by high school marching bands

STREETS OF NEW ORLEANS