Closer view on NOLA

Valerie Jardin wrote a post on her blog not so long ago about looking for your unique view of the touristy places. She later expanded it with some tips for training your photographic eye to look for fresh compositions in an article published on Digital Photography School.

With her words in mind, I was walking streets on New Orleans and plantations. I was looking for my own photographs of these places. I have to admit I am not very happy with what I got in terms of the postcard views. However, I brought a collection of images which I am sure are uniquely me- a close-up view of details, objects, architecture. Are they uniquely New Orleans, Louisiana?

The gallery is best viewed by clicking on random image and opening it in Lightbox. Then you can navigate back and forth between images in collection.

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