The Creative Playroom – The Timeless French Quarter

French Quarter, April 2016

I’ve been in New Orleans attending a convention this week but I am close to the French Quarter and have managed to break away a few times to check out the French Quarter. What I tried to do with this photo is give a sense of the timelessness of the area. I don’t know for sure but I like to imagine that this is a scene that hasn’t changed much in the last 100 years and won’t change in the next 100.  A restaurant with with barely seen people lingering over the food and a couple strolling by on the paved walkway with the big beautiful doors wide open to let in the light and the air.

You can see a color version of this photo by clicking on it to the right in my Instagram panel. Which do you like better?

I just love it here but I’ll be heading home to Tulsa on Wednesday.

I’m linking with with Nature Footstep’s The Creative Playroom today.


5 thoughts on “The Creative Playroom – The Timeless French Quarter

  1. Driller's Place

    The thing that I truly love about B&W photos is their timelessness. I do love visiting “Nawlins”, but I prefer living in my current location. Have a safe and on-time trip home.

  2. Patsi

    Yes, the black and white does make it seem timeless and mysterious. A few of my favorite photos are from New Orleans…maybe I should post.

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