Friday, January 2, 2009

Walking in New Orleans


Walking along the Mississippi River levee as night falls.

Today's entry is part of the Skywatch Friday. Go and check out more Skywatch images at the
Skywatch site!


--steve buser

16 comments:

Lew said...

Wow! Great lighting and contrast. Love it! Linnea

Jack and Joann said...

That's a really cool shot! Looks like a colonial cut black paper design. I have been on the levy in downtown New Orleans. What an interesting place. What a sad tale of woe Katrina was. Bush's Folly in my opinion.

Abraham Lincoln said...

A melancholy photograph. I like the thoughts it brings to mind.

I am also reminded of the tragic days of Hurricane Katrina.

Brookville Daily Photo

Kate said...

It seems so foreboding until you pay attention to the spot of light.

J.C. said...

Happy Sky Watch Friday and a Happy New Year too!

These are interesting silhouttes! I don't know why it reminds me of Tom Sawyer's adventure!

Buck said...

A wonderful silhouette! I'm motivated to try one...

Snapper said...

First rate Skywatch. Bravo!

Jilly said...

This has to be one of my favourites, Steve. Just love it, so much atmosphere, such a story and what a photograph.

bitingmidge said...

I hope you have a fantastic 2009 filled with many more walks in light like that!

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Lori said...

great photo. I walked out on the levees this past summer with my sister, at sunset just like this. It is quite surreal down there by the water.

esnorway said...

Nice pic happy new year

The Arthur Clan said...

This photo is truly dramatic. So glad I stopped by here to see it!

Arija said...

That is a great angle on the sky! Great catch.

JM said...

This is lovely! Well done!

Marc said...

Absolutely great shot, which caught my attention immediately. I like the other photos on your blog too. Also, nice texts to go with them.

Louise said...

This is spectacular!