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Originally uploaded by jeff and leyla

NOLA UP RISING
got em going/walking up hill to work in the morning, and across the street walking home downhill after work! hopefully just out of range of the mad hand bill ripper
good thing i forgot a couple, guess i can save em for backups.
“The NoLa Rising project is an art campaign to encourage people in all neighborhoods / faubourgs / areas of Greater New Orleans to display public (& free) works of art, regardless of how simple or untutored or pedestrian it may seem to be. New Orleans is a unique and beautiful city that has historically embraced the spirit of personal freedom that supports the individual growth of the artist, musician and writer … the goal of the NoLA Project is to showcase that spirit.” rex

fire9

Originally uploaded by justanuptowngirl

The fire houses have yet to be built, or re-built. The firemen live in trailer’s and still have to fight as heroes in DEFENSE OF NEW ORLEANS,
on their own, unbelievable how this country turns their back on this, an city abandoned and left unprotected is so prone to arson and fire destruction.
The situation w/ help to re-build the fire department and support the fire fighters of New Orleans, is
IN-DEFENSIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I have seen two little girls , friends of ours on the block, and their father , a doctor die, on a Sunday, November 9, 1959, after we had celebrated Lucinda’s sixth birthday party, when i grew up in Ann Arbor, there is nothing more frightening to me than fire, or drowning. i never forget lucinda.

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September 28, 2007

L1040709sq

Originally uploaded by jeff and leyla

at the Happy Bakery
NOLA (UP) Rising

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September 28, 2007

L1040587

Originally uploaded by jeff and leyla

friday, again.
you never know who will be another to defend New Orleans!
certainly not many in Ann Arbor, but then again they can be as close as across the street, or just a flickr away, as in dingler’s case, so,

this is red beans, on Monday,
and
the Dingler for NOLA UPRISING

Fast Food – Closed

September 25, 2007

Fast Food – Closed

Originally uploaded by skeletonkrewe

early Greek Revival townhouse, apparently a center hall townhouse, and possibly the corner on a row of other similar structures. Dryades Street is in a neighborhood close to the uptown expansion of the city during the early 1840-60’s, as this type and style of early New Orleans architecture exhibits.
good work from ck

Restaurant with Po-Boy

September 20, 2007

Restaurant with Po-Boy

Originally uploaded by skeletonkrewe

Restaurant, by chris kirsch photographer of new orleans, now, excellent work continues, yr three p-K,
“there is still alot of work to be done”, ck

Richard’s Food Store

Originally uploaded by skeletonkrewe

corner grocery, in a great on-going photographic series

by chris kirsch