A Brief Jaunt in the French Quarter

Art & Architecture
September 25, 2011 2:21 pm

The beautiful French Quarter of New Orleans.

Four hours, in nine photographs and a video.

Colored doors, new orleans, french quarterA NOLA brunchA cloudy morning in the squarebeignets, new orleans, french quarter, cafe du mondeThe line continues outside Cafe du Monde...Street performer, new orleansNew orleans, french quarterFrench Quarter, New OrleansPosing with art in the square
Colored doors, new orleans, french quarter

Colored doors

A NOLA brunch

A NOLA brunch

A cloudy morning in the square

A cloudy morning in the square

beignets, new orleans, french quarter, cafe du monde

The line outside Cafe du Monde

The line continues outside Cafe du Monde...

The line continues outside Cafe du Monde...

Street performer, new orleans

A real-life Transformers street performer

New orleans, french quarter
French Quarter, New Orleans

Browsing art in the square

Art in the square

Posing with art in the square

But the best part is seeing the Transformers street performer in action:

Tara

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