I woke up at 4:30 AM to try to catch the sunrise at Tin Lizzy’s on the Tickfaw River. Unfortunately, my estimations of where the sun was going to rise in relation to where I could shoot from were … Continue reading
I am once again embarking on a stint as a dog-sitter. This week it is for only one night, but next week Macie (the above pictured Black Mouth Cur) and I will be spending a lot of time together. … Continue reading
My buddy Luca Di Martino is widely known simply as “The Gelato Guy.” I think he chafes at being pigeonholed as such, but we all have our roles to fill. After an ill-conceived and ultimately abortive effort at midnight … Continue reading
There are many wondrous and strange things over at the LSU Vet School. Dogs with sore joints jogging on underwater treadmills. Doors behind which is contained a swimming pool full of research catfish. Dead cows being trundled around on … Continue reading
Under normal conditions there are not a whole lot of chances to go kayaking in Louisiana during the summer. Certainly, lakes abound and one can wet their line fishing from a kayak in Grand Isle but most of the … Continue reading
Even my precious and newly minted Louisiana Association of Broadcaster’s press-badge could not get me access to the levee this evening. I am sure there is some public safety rationale for it but if the Kansas City-Southern trains can run … Continue reading
I went to Chicago with my uncles for a few days. I took a few pictures and had some nice meals. The elevated train is loud in downtown Chicago, but the Field’s Museum is really neat.
I was in New Orleans for my dear, first cousin Robert’s wedding to the lovely Kate Barnett. The had a great wedding photographer from Birmingham who shot most of the wedding with film. He used a Leica M6, a … Continue reading
I managed to get myself on the correct ferry this morning and went across the river from the bottom of Canal Street to Algiers Point. It was crisp for a morning in May as the ferry pulled against the … Continue reading
It’s hard to take pictures from a moving car. And actually, this is water coming out of the end of the spillway, the sluice gates are south north of these train tracks. Lots of water.
Indian Mounds dot the delta plain west of the Mississippi between the eastern bluffs and the course of the Ouchita River. These are a little know and little understood series of earthen constructions mostly dating from around 1000AD. The … Continue reading
I remember a book on my parents shelf titled The Accidental Tourist. I have never read the book and know anything about its plot or characters, but the title always intrigued me as a child. I like the idea … Continue reading