Amateur photog's online photo cache. All photos are original pics taken by author and her husband. This is not a place to see those awe inspiring Ansel Adams, these are ordinary subjects shot on a whim most of the time.
New Orleans? Wherever it is can I come?
I was considering places until I got hung up on the praline shot! :-) Very good clues even if I didn't come up with a name.
Judging from the balcony railings, the necklace (Mardi Gras) and the Cajun Kitchen, I would say New Orleans too.
I couldn't guess but great shots.
Great series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
I would say "Nawleans" from what I see here and I did live there at one time! Fun post for the day!!!
I would guess New Orleans! Am I right? Great photos!
New Orleans! Because everybody is saying so LOL. Fun post indeed!
Beautiful captures, sry, i wouldn't b able to guess...
New Orleans! And I just had jambalaya last week. :)
Hi! Nice shots. I do not know wher this city is. But Your photos are very interesting.
OH, lucky you!!
Yes, New Orleans it is! A city with French atmosphere in the US. :DDo I get a prize for answering correctly?
Wonderful shots of the city.
okay, not good at guessing at all, my loud guess would be New orleans perhaps? the french market is a clue... ^0^
Wherever it is, I sure like seeing the gold statue that reminds me of the of Joan of Ark statue in Paris. I have seen it in real life but always get excited seeing it at the end of the Tour du France! :)
N'awlins is my guess. Hope you were able to eat your way through town! ;-9~Lindy
I wouldn't know, but your photo's are lovely.
from the 3rd photo, it's New Orleans.:p and the necklace in the last photo is Mardi gras.:p
Like everyone else, I am going with New Orleans! Great clues.
Adore all these interesting scenes! No idea what city! But love the design of the restaurant sign!
Well, by the iron railings and the beads, I'd say that was a dead giveaway for New Orleans!
I got sidetracked by the 'cocktails to go' sign!!
Clearly this is the "Big Easy."
I'm going with most of the others and say 'New Orleans'.