Thinking about what I saw. I saw a lot. When I returned to New Orleans after my time in New Mexico, I wanted to see what remained of the storm. After all, I’d been gone for almost five years. It turns out that there were some 60,000 buildings decaying. The new mayor managed to cut […]


Quiet times. Normally The French Quarter is noisy. People are walking around in all states of decay. Some are tired. Some are lost. Many are drunk. Every now and then, you can find a beautiful stillness on the old cobbled streets. Both times of day have golden light and long shadows. The most predictable time […]


Experiments. Many years back, I used to post my experiments on Sunday. I stopped. I returned. And, finally drifted away. I believe that I’m going to resume. Doing so, sets a road map for me and for you. Obviously, I can’t make photographs by genre for every day in the week unless you want to […]


A rose by any other name… Or, something like that. We reached a point in the year when first blooms are dying. No worries. New blooms are on the way. This started me think about life cycles. Eventually, I arrived at our pandemic, CoVid 19, as how people are reacting to it or not, as […]


Light. There would be no photography without it. After all, we know that photography means painting or writing with light. In many ways, this picture is the essence of it. The bushes are wet, the sunlight found the water droplets and this is what we have. I’m sorry to say that even though I compressed […]


Changes. Many changes. I really messed up some folks today. Here’s what happened. I decided to make some major changes to Storyteller. You can’t see them. The changes are made in the architecture of the site. The WordPress technician and I worked very well together. We knew that he had to fix a bug and […]


Well. I won’t be doing that again, anytime soon. Depending on which version arrived in your mailbox, you were either mystified or confused. Follerer and online friend, Frank wrote a long comment. Every word he wrote is correct. Luckily, I’m sure these block templates are not locked in, unlike whatever we chose when we started. […]