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An oddly-framed view

I realize the opening in the wall is actually a functioning (and functional) passage to a space beyond the wall. But it’s more fun to think it is a device to frame that streetlight in the background.

New Iberia, Louisiana
photographed 10.21.2017

Shortly, we were engulfed

This storm came up quickly, with an intensity that was a little frightening. Or, actually, I think I mean the intensity was exhilarating. Yes. That’s what I mean. And it was also photogenic.

St. Charles Borromeo Church
Grand Coteau, Louisiana
photographed 10.22.2017

Hotel pool

This other project I’m working on has been keeping me busy to the point where I haven’t been able to get out and make new photos. Sorry about that, but at least this one is new to all my follower(s) even though I actually made it a couple of years ago.

If you’re wondering what the Hampton Inn pool looks like at dawn, this ought to help. Although I can’t imagine why anyone would wonder about that…

Lafayette, Louisiana
photographed 10.22.2017

If you lived in Wright…

This wasn’t enough to entice me to move to Wright, Louisiana, but maybe you’ll feel different?

near Wright, Louisiana
photographed 10.21.2017

I think I found Dan Fogelberg

This fellow seemed familiar, but I couldn’t quite place him at first.

But later, it came to me:

Ville Platte, Louisiana
photographed 10.22.2017

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