Faces of New Orleans

Friday afternoon, we landed smack-dab in the middle of the French Quarter Festival!  What fun it was to capture so many of the faces.

dancers

lucky man

dancers-21

loving it

dancers-3

contented dancers

dancers-4

dance-trance

artist

passionate artist talking about his work

balloon-man

balloon man

face-paint1

princess

happy-mama

happy mama

robot

mister roboto

mesmerized

mesmerized!

boa-portrait

feather boa

oompah-man

oompah man!

play-it

play it honey! Bill Bailey sure came home...

colorful-conversation

colorful conversation

pensive

pensive bell hop

hope that you enjoyed!

Pete Fountain, Clarinet, at the French Quarter Festival, 2008

Be well, and at peace,

Phil

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3 Comments on “Faces of New Orleans”

  1. Deborah Ling Says:

    The faces of God!! Alleluia


  2. Oh yeah. You really got it. I know a couple of the people in the photographs, though not personally, particularly the fellow in the boa: you nailed him no lie. Hehehe… really, I hope he sees that shot.

    But you really caught the fun, the deep deep deep fun of New Orleans in the spring. And ya’know, you saw not one funnel’cake or watered down beer, no rednecks, no problems… just the music and the people and the city.

    We hung you onto today’s Ladda.
    Thanks youz,
    Editilla~New Orleans Ladder

  3. Citizen K. Says:

    These are wonderful! Thanks for sharing.

    I linked to them from Citizen K.


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