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Bourbon Street Blues Company, New Orleans, LA.

(Color, ASA 400, 'round midnight, normal lens, cropped)

The yellow and blue (an unusual combo for signs) show up well, though the music did its own advertising from two blocks away.


Port Orleans Cajun Seafood, New Orleans, LA.

(Color, ASA 400, 'round midnight, normal lens, cropped)

There is a substantial difference between Crreole and Cajun food, in theory. In practice, there isn't much of a difference in some of the tourist area restaurants. I don't know the story for this place. Nice sign, though.


Window Shopping, New Orleans, LA.

(Color, ASA 400, 'round midnight, normal lens, cropped)

This is definitely my favorite picture of this group. The Carnival masks and mannequins in this palm reader's window seem to be shopping for lost souls outside the window, evry bit as much as passers-by were looking at the wares on display.


Felix's Restaurant, New Orleans, LA.

(Color, ASA 400, 'round midnight, normal lens, cropped)

Such a deep, solid red glow - I wonder if that is an indication of how much pepper is in the food served inside.


ACME Oysters, New Orleans, LA.

(Color, ASA 400, 'round midnight, normal lens, cropped)

I was just amused by the idea of an restaurant named 'ACME'. I was expecting Wylie Cayote to come out the front door with a box of dynamite. I was later told this was one of the best seafood joints around. Note the blurred passer-by caused by the slow exposure.

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