New Orleans at Night, Kinda Spooky

New Orleans is a creepy town with all its voodoo and above ground graveyards. But it’s also a lot of fun. To wrap up the New Orleans posts, I have a bunch of shots from around the French Quarter at Night.

Lattice porches at night.

Lattice porches at night.

The streets lit by lamps.

The streets lit by lamps.

The St. Louis Cathedral is not very lit up at night.

The St. Louis Cathedral is not very lit up at night.

A shop walkway.

A shop walkway.

The gates of Jackson Square.

The gates of Jackson Square.

The mediums gather outside the cathedral.

The mediums gather outside the cathedral.

Pirate's Alley looks ominous.

Pirate’s Alley looks ominous.

Meeting for the night graveyard/vampire tour.

Meeting for the night graveyard/vampire tour.

Evening revelers on a second floor porch.

Evening revelers on a second floor porch.

Lamps for all.

Lamps for all.

Fun with christmas lights.

Fun with christmas lights.

Light play.

Light play.

Light the doorway.

Light the doorway.

Eery on the street.

Eery on the street.

My favorite night shot, probably due to the play of light on the bricks.

My favorite night shot, probably due to the play of light on the bricks.

The shopway.

The shopway.

The waiting bench.

The waiting bench.

The empty cafe.

The empty cafe.

Night diners.

Night diners.

That's a tiny coffin in a shop.

That’s a tiny coffin in a shop.

The outside of my La Rochefort at night.

The outside of my La Rochefort at night.

And for a parting shot:

A hint of voodoo.

A hint of voodoo.

And that ends our New Orleans cover.

Next week: The Brooklyn Bridge on a very cloudy day.

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About nsantasier

I am an actor, fight choreographer, playwright, and photographer based in and around NYC. I shoot on a Canon Rebel T5i with either a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens or a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom lens as they are the only lenses I currently own.
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