Sunday, November 25, 2007

Winter "wander" land

"Walking along, singing a song, walking in a winter wonderland." Fulton Street, next to Harrah's Hotel, and across from the Casino, has become a winter wander land for the holidays. We had to check out the magic last night.

--steve buser


Lagniappe
Sun worshipers were laying around on the side of the road when I passed by on the way to Houston. I had to stop and take the shot.

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12 comments:

Marie said...

Wow, that's fantastic. You are much better at decorating streets than we are here! That's very beautiful.

Rambling Round said...

Love those colors!

Wanda said...

Back from Southern CA, and missed seeing you wonderful pictures and narative.

This one is stunning...love that green!!! :)

Wendy said...

Nice photo, looks like an enchanted and colorful place to wander and experience.

Jilly said...

How gorgeous and my favourite combination of colours too. Both Menton and Monte Carlo are putting up their Christmas lights but they don't go on for ages. Seems everything happens quicker in America.

Super photo, Steve.

Gwen said...

Very festive, nice selection of a shade of nontraditional Christmas green, and the silvery canopy really frames your photograph well.

New Orleans News Ladder said...

Hi Steve.
I love your photographs and posted the one of the Street Car driver onto today's New Orleans News Ladder, my new nolanews blog. The photo is a link to your blog.

I hope to kick it out daily for Nola News & Lagniappe. Please check out the site and say hello.

Thank you,
Bruce Biles
editor / NO News Ladder

photowannabe said...

Very festive and enchanting Steve. I like the way you captured this shot.

Rich said...

What a gloriously surreal dreamlike image...
Planet Earth Daily Photo
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Irredento Urbanita said...

I also like the detail of the hanging flowers of boys scouts from the ceiling !!

Lara said...

wow, sparkling winter :)!

Andrée said...

Oh my goodness, they sure do it up big there. That is quite the Christmas display. The colors are great.