I’ve written a few times before my love of haunted places. Although I rarely have an experience, there’s usually a different feeling about a place once inside. I’ve stayed at the notoriously and supposedly haunted Myrtles a couple of times. The first time I had a minor experience — one hardly worth mentioning. The second time was even less mentionable, however the difference in the feeling of the rooms of where I was staying and the ones from another side of the house were noticeable and defined by a heavy feeling in the air. The next morning, after speaking with the people who had stayed in that part of the house, we learned that they didn’t experience anything unusual. My friends and I slept like babies. Either way, it was a fun trip marked by late night drinking, louder than loud bullfrogs and cicada and a foot dip in the fountain.
St. Francisville, LA
June 26, 2013
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Honored to have my photograph published by The Coffin Factory. The published piece is called “The Anxious Heart of a New Orleans Icon.” (That’s it on the left.)
structures define and express the character of a town. i love that.
Long Island City
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Bywater, Marigny, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, Lafayette Cemetery, French Quarter
I disregarded the tens of photos I took to post this one, which is more personal than the others.