Sunday, March 21, 2010

Around New Orleans

On Monday, Margot and Lauren  sewed, Mike went to work and I took pictures. This series of pictures is from the Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge near New Orleans. This is a Little Blue Heron, Snowy Egret and juvenile White Ibis. The seem to be looking to see what's for dinner.

Never mind - let's try over here.

A couple more shots.


And another.

If you are getting tired of bird pictures you can scroll down to the French Quarter pictures.

These are American Coots. Mike says they don't taste very good.

I think this is a Tri-colored Heron.

A Great Egret.

No, I didn't put the same picture in twice. This is a Snowy Egret, I think. Can you spot the differences?

Red eared turtle. These things are all over.

The most photographed sight in New Orleans. This is St Louis Cathedral at Jackson square.

Here is a picture inside.

These guys are just outside the church. Lots of street musicians in New Orleans.

I liked the colors and textures although it is a little over exposed.

This guy is really, REALLY good. I can't remember his name but he has obviously studies with this guy.

Scroll down to the last video in the link below.

That's my $20 bill he is waving around. It later showed up inside a kiwi.

Art work at Jackson Square.

Margot and Lauren at Cafe du Monde. We weren't very hungry but we had beignets anyway.

The architecture is very interesting.

And finally a bird picture from New Orleans.

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