The Rush of Humanity:   We are like ants streaming forth from the proverbial piles searching for the known, unknown, youth and droll. We take to the streets and beaches reaching for miles following patterns in an ant-like rush to reach our goal. Posted as part of the Weekly Photo Challenge – HumanityRead More →

I can’t quit talking about New Orleans and I hope you’re not getting bored. Sorry, it is one of my newbie favorite places and I just can’t get enough of sharing it.  In Jackson Square there was so much to be seen and heard. Music was at every corner. Carriage rides were lined up for anyone and everyone to choose, though we did feel a little sorry for the poor burden horses that looked a little less pleased to be there.   Along, the first stretch of Jackson Square were the local artist selling their wares.  Then at the end of the first stretch of theRead More →

I’ve a love and fascination for trolleys and street cars even if they do chug along at a slow pace.  When on a street car, windows open, you can see more and enjoy more of the surroundings.  Plus, you still have the opportunity to snap a few pictures, especially if the pace is leisure.  This means though that I’m usually on vacation and not in a hurry to get somewhere.  One would image that those who are using the trolley to get to work and back would find the pace annoying. Today, I’m sharing two images; one from a trip to Tucson Arizona in theRead More →

One of the most popular modes of transportation for young people in New Orleans is bicycle especially with this type of spring weather. New Orleans is one city that seems to be always on the move. People are out and about from early morning to well, early morning. It’s a happening fun action packed city to visit and a great pick for me for the Weekly Photo Challenge.Read More →

While it may be springtime it felt more like summer at the New Orleans Jazz Festival waiting for the Boss, Bruce “Springsteen” to pop on stage and entertain us.  The crowd you see here and all the brilliant colored flags is in the waiting to see the Boss.  Every flag is positioned so that the group of people could find their friends after wandering away for a little food or drink.   We were lucky enough to find a little patch of grass just under this flag for the four sisters, Sheila, Pam, Shirley and me to rest and relax while being entertained.  We hadRead More →