New Orleans draws millions of visitors each year, with the laissez faire attitude of city’s French Quarter being a huge draw for those who love a good time while the amazing architecture and old cemeteries appeal equally as well to history buffs. And my gallery contains amazing photos that document the French Quarter, offering looks at the city during daylight and nighttime hours.
Here are my favorite images from this fine-art gallery.
[tps_title]St. Peter Street at dawn[/tps_title]
Workers power-wash the sidewalks of the French Quarter every morning before the city awakens, and the lights of the historic Pontalba Building reflect beautifully on the pavers of St. Peter Street, which borders the western gates of Jackson Square.