New Orleans, Louisiana Photography Gallery

Row of Large Oak Trees
Oak Tree Branches Touching Ground
Oak Trees Above Path
Oak Tree with Hanging Branches
Oak Trees and Moss Above Picnic Area
Oak Tree Above Light Fixture
Wood Duck Swimming in Pond
Anhinga on Branch Above Water
Swampy Marsh and Cypress Trees
Swamp and Cypress Tree Trunks
Trees Lining Bayou des Families
Moss-Covered Cypress Tree
Bayou des Familles
Jackson Square at Night
Jackson Square Christmas Lights
Plants Around Door
French Quarter Residence Entrance
Green French Quarter Door
Abstract Window Panels
Moss Hanging from Oak Trees
Moss Hanging over Still Pond

New Orleans, Louisiana Information

New Orleans, Louisiana is a city unlike any other. Combining a rich historic culture of French and Spanish, the French Quarter preserves much of the history and culture that defined the city early in its history. Places like Jackson Square and the Cabildo are some of the oldest European buildings and settlements in the continental United States. Farther up the Mississippi River where town eventually expanded in the 20th century, Audubon Park, named after the famous birder, preserves not only the unique flora of the area, but also an enormous diversity in birds. Many of these birds stay year-round, others migrate in and out with the seasons from as far away as South America.

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