Monthly Archives: December 2012

New Orleans – Inside the St. Louis Cathedral

To wrap up this year of blogging (7 months to be exact) we take a brief look at the St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans. It is located on the NW side of Jackson Square and faces towards the Mississippi … Continue reading

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New Orleans: Walking the French Quarter

While in New Orleans, I spent the majority of my time in the French Quarter. It blends old french styles with contemporary architecture in many ways. There are lattice porches everywhere, brick work, and decorative plants. I stayed in Le … Continue reading

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People watching in Central Park

Going out and taking photographs, you inevitably get some really nice shots with people in them. Especially when walking around massive metropolitan areas (like NYC). Typically, if you are expecting to use those shots for any type of commercial usage, … Continue reading

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Central Park: The Northern Areas

Well, some of them anyway. I have been doing several walk throughs of areas of Central Park I don’t normally visit. I started up by Cathedral Pkwy (110th St) on the Northwest corner of the park. It’s very hilly up … Continue reading

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