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Fire of Joy, ‘feu de joie’

Whenever I find myself in the environs of Baton Rouge on Christmas Eve, I head south on a little excursion on River Road following the levee on the east bank of the Mississippi River towards New Orleans. 648 more words


Mystery slide roll: Laura Plantation

I found another mystery roll in my desk, this time a roll of Fuji Velvia. I had no idea what was on it and anyway it was expired, so I took a chance and had it cross-processed. 73 more words


Latest roll in the Diana F+

I didn’t use this camera much in 2014 and lately I’ve been re-discovering my love of it. I want to start using my Holga again as well; since I got the instant back for it that’s all I’ve done with it, but it was meant for medium format film and it takes great photos with it. 21 more words


Grande Dame

“For a man’s ways are before the eyes of the Lord,
and he ponders all his paths”

Proverbs‬ ‭5‬:‭21

Last Tuesday my sweetie called around lunch time and said, “do you want to go to Louisiana”? 923 more words


Christmas Eve Bonfire preps are underway

ST. JAMES PARISH (WGNO) – People looking forward to the Christmas Eve bonfires in St. James Parish are watching the weather. So far the event is still a go, and members of law enforcement are preparing to deal with the large crowds expected. 405 more words


Victims Remembered at Site of Deadly Crash Outside Redondo Beach Church

Flowers and candles were placed Thursday night at the intersection in Redondo Beach where an alleged DUI driver plowed into families who had just attended a school Christmas program, killing three women and leaving nine others injured, including five children. 1,166 more words

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Five Crosses

I thought I’d show you a few more pictures from the cemetery at St. Philip Catholic Church in Vacherie. Since, I’ve written about this place just a few days ago, I won’t bore you with all the details again. 220 more words

Ray Laskowitz