Thursday, June 12, 2008

Window on the world

The window wall at the Port of New Orleans reflects the Crescent City Connection bridge above and a Carnival Lines Cruise Ship down below. The Port's office sits below the massive bridge over the Mississippi River and in between two of the port's wharves. At the bottom left is a much more mundane for of transportation. And if you click on the picture to enlarge it, you will see behind the blue fence a more popular mode of transportation.

I will have to see if I can find a window somewhere in New Orleans that shows even more modes of transportation in this logistics-rich city.

--steve buser

6 comments:

Rambling Round said...

Yes, I see the bicycle!

David said...

Steve, I come to your blog via Marie's Vintage Postcards. I think you cloud photos are great. The levels of contract really make the image pop. I also like your photos of the street musicians. I spend time in Paris each year and I'm always on the look out for opportunities to photograph the characters that make up the street musician community in Paris. David

New Orleans News Ladder said...

Hey Mon! Hell, if it was up to me I could see changing the name of my own blog to something like Daily NO Ladder just so I could hang nothing but your NO Daily Photos.

This one has grabbed me more than most of your shots--and you know that is saying something given my big'fannnnity of your work.
It is as "rambling round" say...
Yes, I see the bicycle!

Thanks,
Editilla

Professor said...

This is just grand!!!! Love it!

Kelly said...

Very clever! This is a really interesting shot, particularly when enlarged.

photowannabe said...

Nice reflective and reflection shot. I did find the mode of transportation. Its a lot cheaper way to get around than our gas prices now.