December 18, 2017

Wordless Wednesday 7/13/11

wordlesswednesday1NOLA Sunrise! Sometimes waking up early is worth it!

Take the Safe Summer Boating Pledge

Life Jacket Clip ArtHere in Louisiana, many families will enjoy this July 4th weekend by spending time on the water. The lakes will soon be crowded with boaters enjoying their favorite fishing holes.  Please take the time to join the National Safe Boating Council and sign the Safe Summer Pledge to wear your life jacket and practice safe boating habits. Sadly, many fatalities on the […]

Exotic Fruit at Rouse’s Supermarkets

Entertain your kids this summer at your local grocery store or Farmer’s Market.  New Orleans is the proud home of the locally owned Rouse’s Supermarket. It has been a favorite of New Orleanians “makin’ grocercies” since 1960 and now provides a large assortment of exotic fruits. Every month they will feature a different fruit and this June make sure you check out […]

NOLA Fashion Week: Kids Day (March 22)

"NOLA Fashion Week"    NOLA Fashion Week presented by Langenstein’s and hosted by the Downtown Development District of New Orleans begins March 21, 2011! It will be six days filled with fashion shows, educational workshops and networking events. It’s goal is to promote the development of the fashion industry in New Orleans and foster Southern talent.  On Tuesday, March 22, 2011 […]

Saints: There’s Always Next Year

SAINTSCHAMPSLeading up to the Saints versus Seahawks game it was considered a sure bet that the Saints would walk away the victors and move on to face either the Chicago Bears or the Atlanta Falcons. It was a game pitting the defending world champions against a team whose place in the playoffs was questionable. The […]

I Heart Faces (Scenic B&W)

This photo was taken at a State Park here in South Louisiana. I love the swamp moss in the background and huge trees.  For more Scenic Black and White photographs check out I Heart Faces.

I Heart Faces – Photojournalism

Here in New Orleans the Jazz and Heritage Festival is a must attend event. This year, following the debut of HBO’s Treme’, the Mardi Gras Indians were very popular.  This was one of my favorite shots of their beautiful costumes. Oh, so pretty! For more photojournalistic shots check out I Heart Faces.

Hurricane Katrina 8/29/05

Five years ago today, the city of New Orleans was beaten and battered by Hurricane Katrina. Since then our city has been in the process of rebuilding. There are some bright spots to be noted. The charter school system is improving education standards in the city and ground is about to broken on a new […]

Wordless Wednesday 8/25/10

This is an early morning sunrise over the city of New Orleans, Louisiana. This week has been a week of reflection for our city. We are remembering the devastation of Hurricane Katrina that happened five years ago this week. In this picture you see a city awakening to new day. What you don’t see is […]

I Heart Faces Photo (Purple)

Here is my picture for this week’s I Heart Faces Photography Challenge. The theme this week is purple. Here in South Louisiana I had to choose between this picture and photos I have of everyone in LSU gear. In the end, I chose this one because I really like the way the color purple is […]