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August 06, 2008



Clearly you do your best work in the wake of serious sensory overload! Bravo, PT!



The place seems magical. I remember being there once over a decade ago. You've captured how I felt walking around the quarter at night. Well done.


I remember wandering around the French Quarter about a decade or more ago. It was magical. You've captured how it felt for me when I was there. Well done.


A wonderful piece, pt. Truly gorgeous imagery that captures this magical, unique place visually and in spirit. Thank you for not just leaving it at Bourbon St., though this is one of the best descriptions of it I've seen. Your photos are marvelous.


So that's where you were! New Orleans was my favorite place to visit on business. We had two major clients there, and I spent many weeks in the French Quarter. Hot chocolate and beignets, and of course, Big Daddys!

You could walk into any street bar and hear the best cajun, blues, jazz; you name it, they had it!


Just saw this on [ http://www.cnn.com/ ]www.CNN.com and thought of you.

If you get on to CNN then you can click on the links to see the menu, etc.  Just thought you might want this information in the event you travel to New Orleans any time in the near future.

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