Friday, December 21, 2007

Taking the high road

High view of the city
Not much of a commute this morning -- a lot of people taking off for the holidays. This is the view a few days back of the Crescent City Connection -- alway jammed with traffic in the morning bringing commuters from the West Bank of New Orleans to the East Bank.

The bridge gives a great view of the river as well as sunsets and sunrises. The view is also spectacular of the skyline as you drop down into the City of New Orleans.

--steve buser

Lagniappe ( a little something extra )

Peace and warm lights. Snow, for sure, but not the messy kind. No traffic. No snarling faces. No fences. No jails. No crime. No run down buildings -- they're all ideal, architecturally perfect.

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4 comments:

Waldo Oiseau said...

What a lovely capture of your bridge!

I took a weekend trip to Nola at the beginning of November. It was really wonderful and everyone was as warm and friendly as ever. I did my duty by spending money. :)

Consider yourself lucky to be from New Orleans!

IamtheMom said...

That is a gorgeous picture! Looks like it was taken by a professional ! :)

oldmanlincoln said...

Nice photo of the bridge, Steve.

For us old folks, it is a weary time of year. So as it winds down may I wish you and your family a very happy and healthy holiday and a prosperous new year.

Abraham and Patty Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo
Brookville, Ohio USA

julia said...

An early start, are some paddling under the dark light metal webs. Best wishes for the festive season.
The net is slow this am, I didn't see something extra, I hope it is a model as it sounds drastic, give me reality any day, well, most of the time!