I Asked For Water


What a day. The fire did not only jump out of the frying pan, but it burned the house down. No. Not literally. A photographer who is known to many of us and who has helped us in career advancement just resigned from Magnum in lieu of being voted out of the cooperative. Let meContinue reading “I Asked For Water”

On This Day


Wow! What a busy weekend. For the of us who are in New Orleans we are think about the Mardi Gras parades that won’t happen. The celebrations in the quarter that will be muted. But, wait. There’s more. We are in the midst of the Lunar New Year. Or, as some say, the Chinese NewContinue reading “On This Day”

In The 504


Everyone knows that it’s the high school bands that I like best when they roll during a Mardi Gras parade. The floats are fine. The Rolling Elvi are fun. The motorcycle riders are fun. But, the marching bands. That’s the thing for me. They combine three wonderful elements. Music. Energy, And, color. If there wasContinue reading “In The 504”

Two Years Ago


This mask was scary before I worked on it in post production. It got scarier after I was done. To me, this looks like some underground subway creature who lives in the lost subway tunnels and tracks of New York City. I have a big imagination. Imagination will get you places, either to the topContinue reading “Two Years Ago”

Hope For Us


Farther along and further in. Those words are about learning, reflection, truth and peacefulness. That’s what today is about. We celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. today. There is a lot we can do or not do. I started this day with — what else — a dog walk. I made a few pictures. YouContinue reading “Hope For Us”

Another Night


  Back on track, I’d say. I’m not that back on track. I thought that I’d written and posted this. Unfortunately, I fell back asleep before I completed this. I walked a lot last night. You know. Five parades. 164 floats. A billion beads. Not as many people as I thought would come out. AllContinue reading “Another Night”

Postponed


This Mardi Gras parade season seems doomed. Last night we had tropical storm level winds, the gusts were around 40 mph. So the parades were postponed. Two will roll tonight minus all the walking groups. The third will roll on Sunday. That means 164 floats will be on the streets tonight. At least one ofContinue reading “Postponed”

One Terrible Night


New Orleans is in mourning. The worst possible thing happened last night. A woman was crossing the street in between floats. Or, so she thought. She actually was trying to cross between two connected floats. She tripped or fell. The second float hit her and killed her. The Krewe of Nix came to a halt.Continue reading “One Terrible Night”

Standing Aside


I’m sort of at a loss what to call this mini portfolio. It’s mostly about how people — both krewes and spectators — prepare to roll or catch beads. I call this collection, “Standing Aside,” but that’s not exactly right. I suppose it doesn’t matter. The pictures are of things that I saw during theContinue reading “Standing Aside”

The Gumbo Diaries

On the quest for the perfect gumbo!

Words for the soul

With each passing moment, we die a little more.....

FIT To MOTIVATE

No matter what your fitness level or expreience, you are Fit to Motivate

valerynangula.com

A PEEP INTO MY LIFESTYLE

kone.photo

learning is living

Wolf Song Blog

Enjoying retirement: On The Road & At Home

Discover

A daily selection of the best content published on WordPress, collected for you by humans who love to read.

saania2806.wordpress.com/

Philosophy is all about being curious, asking basic questions. And it can be fun!

Social artist

Blog to Serve

sloppybuddhist

hedy bach original photography mixed stories and music

Laura Denise

Poet. Writer. Photographer.

Arrows

& Metaphors

Short Prose

Poetry and Short Prose by Gabriela Marie Milton 2019 Author of the Year at Spillwords Press and Author of Passions: Love Poems and Other Writings

The Truth for Kyle Brennan

The Church of Scientology & the Death of Kyle Brennan

The Chatty Introvert

A recovering recluse stumbles from her dark hole in pursuit of a brighter world (and a decent cup of tea)