Friday, May 15, 2009

Pavement pounding in the park


Audubon Park is one of the urban oasis perfectly made for excercise. Located between historic St. Charles Avenue and the Misissippi River, the park offers plenty of space and scenery for the walker, jogger, biker etc. The scenery includes these Spanish moss draped oaks scatter about, the antique "street lights", bayou that is favored by huge herons and egrets and more.

--steve buser

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5 comments:

cellini.k said...

what a great captured!

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

I love this picture..the moss hanging from the trees is classic NOLA!

Sybil said...

Thank you Steve for your photo's. I am a New Orleans Native. I am an entertainer, living in Cocoa Village Florida and every morning when I turn on the computer ( with my coffee) I look for your daily photo first. They make me laugh and they make me homesick. I look forward to the Jazz Fest shots. www.sybilsings.com

D said...

love love love that Spanish Moss!

Ms M said...

Love the feel of this photo, the moss hanging like lace from the trees...