12 Great Pictures of New Orleans by Heather Green

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Photographer Heather Green lived in New Orleans until Hurricane Katrina ‘blew her north’ to St. Louis. Although she now lives elsewhere, her lovely collection of New Orleans photos retain the city’s atmosphere and Cajun beauty.

New Orleans French Quarter

Casa Hove

 

New Orleans French Quarter

French Quarter Foyer

 

New Orleans French Quarter Vintage Bicycle

Bygone Era

 

New Orleans French Quarter

Orleans

 

New Orleans French Quarter

Beautiful Decay

 

New Orleans French Quarter

City Oasis

 

New Orleans Hotel Monteleone French Quarter

Hotel Monteleone

 

New Orleans Preservation Hall French Quarter

Preservation Hall

 

New Orleans Photography, French Quarter Street Sign

Hello Dauphine

 

Louisiana Canopy of Oaks

Canopy of Oaks

 

St. Louis Cathedral New Orleans French Quarter

Towering (black and white)

 

New Orleans French Quarter Antique Chandelier

New Orleans Chandelier

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  1. Al Newman

    New Orleans is not a Cajun city, and has had minimal Cajun influence compared to other areas in South Louisiana. New Orleans evolved as a port city, originally populated by continental (and frequently urban) French, Spanish, and ambitious early Americans, followed by Carribean émigrés and lots of immigrant groups (especially Irish, Germans, and Italians).

    In contrast, Cajuns were rural French-Canadian farmers expelled from Canada by the British. The Cajun culture is distinct from the Creole culture of New Orleans, despite some overlapping origins in France.

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  2. Nate Kay

    Thanks Al for the insight!

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  3. JAVARIA

    NICE HOTAL MONTELEONE……I LIKE YOU

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  4. JAVARIA

    nicepic

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  5. Heather Green

    Thanks for the feature!

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  6. Foto Marg

    Heather, these are wonderful photos. They are atmospheric. Wonderful textures and colours. Great choice of building elements to feature in the photos.

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