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Picture of the Day: French Quarter Balcony Postcard 8 April, 2006

Posted by ~V~ in Images, New Orleans, Picture of the Day.
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because one picture is worth at least a thousand words.

French Quarter Balcony

About this image:

The French Quarter of New Orleans is renowned for its historic architecture.

Like a psychedelic sundial, the ornate wrought ironwork of this balcony casts its intricate shadows through both time and space – remaining a constant, silent witness as the human dramas of birth, death, and rebirth unfold in the old city beneath it.

i scanned this image from a limited-edition postcard. Click on it to see a larger, higher resolution version.

Thanks to Kerri (wherever you are!), who took the original photograph.

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