Monday, March 5, 2012

Mosaic New Orleans

New Orleans is a fascinating city, with it's history influences from Europe, the Caribbean, Africa and beyond.  Wonderful aromas of different cuisines fill the air. It is a tantalizing city, from the brimming bowls of gumbo, to late nights in jazz clubs, to strolling through historic neighborhoods.

The artists and performers are very entertaining!

New Orleans, the city that never sleeps.

I am joining Little Red House for Mosaic Monday.

Here's to your health!


  1. what a lovely place! the photos are so beautiful and I hope one day i can visit new orleans to enjoy the beauty of the place and the lovely place that live there! thank you for sharing the photos, Brenda!


  2. Oh, I'm longing to visit there one day, just for the beautiful architecture, the jazz, the food... :) xoxo

  3. Hello There, Since I've been away from blogging for a week, I have alot of catching up to do. We had a wonderful trip to Arkansas --but it's great to visit with my blog friends. Hope things are going well with you.

    I lived in New Orleans for 4-5 yrs. in the '80's... We loved it there --and really enjoyed Mardi Gras and the World's Fair (when it was there).

    1. I just can't believe how much we have in common. I also lived in New Orleans during the 80s, on the Westbank. I use to manage an apartment complex then worked in Belle Chase. I enjoyed all of those same things, too. WOW, imagine us at the same place at the same time. LOL!

  4. Ces artistes de rue font des performances étonnantes. Il sont admirés de tous m^me si parfois, ils nous font peur es se mettant en mouvement.