Shadows of New Orleans by Annette Moore, 1938

 

Just wanted to share a photo I fell in love with this morning.

From the Library of Congress, this photo is by Annette Moore – Shadows of New Orleans, 1938 (Prints and Photographs Division, 29b)

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3 Responses to Shadows of New Orleans by Annette Moore, 1938

  1. Now that would be somewhere I’d like to drink a cup of tea and view the world.
    All I’ve got is a dying tree of indeterminate species covered in bird droppings.

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