Party at the Rat Hole

Originally uploaded by Karen Apricot New Orleans

happy birthday at the rat hole w/ an apricot karen
anthr yr goes by ,o8 to 9

but we got soul at the rat hole,
and just to remember back the yr before, in o7

what the kind karen said to me, back on my birthday
“Re: hi

It is funny what has happened over the past year. A City
full of broken people trying to get better.

We have made new friends and alliances and found out a lot
of stuff.

There is never a moment when we do not appreciate comments
and attention from the outside world.

You love New Orleans, and New Orleans loves you.”

squandered still heritage,

Squandered Heritage

time to move on preserving the past

that is our future, i say to be true,

happy birthday karen, new orleanian(gulp) of the year

i am !, happy happy,

i get the happy now

and found out about a lot stuff!

i just figured out the rat hole and soul was /is a band of musicians

party on!!!!!

j

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January 23, 2009

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Originally uploaded by jeff lamb

two thoughts,
one a very nice note from the Preservation Resource Center Advocacy,

for our birthday,
what she believes, and i agree,
-“To embrace change, you must embrace history! To seek change for the sake of change is a dangerous thing; we must first have an understanding what has lead us to where we are. I believe that us preservationists understand where our past and change coexist.”
OH HAPPY DAYS!

DEFEND NEW ORLEANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

and me , well i ‘d heard this on the radio…,
in another time and space

The past,
is the future.

The present,
is the past.

now
does not exist

jlp

skeletonkrewe jlp

prc advocacy
Happy Birthday to Jeff Lamb!

Originally uploaded by Preservation Resource Center, Advocacy Department

more than a year has gone by, i am much older and my work is i/2 that old, but w/ what has been discussed at Tulane university, “Flickr -a phenomenom of human conscientousness”…tonight

the past couple years of documentation by the skeletonKrewe, The Preservation Resource Advocacy, as well the Squandered Heritage, has assured me that preservation of home and history have everything to do w/ our well being, and that to preserve every stick of our past is well suited to serve the needs of our future. There is hope,

….i just collect the pictures, they all take them

and Advocate

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Originally uploaded by jeff lamb

1978 field survey Polaroid sx70
Elysian Fields
hardwar store
a shop residence, on a corner downtown from
the Vieux Carre…, the Preservation Resource Advocay documents the New Orleans historic vernacular architecture today, 2009, and says this,

To embrace change, you must embrace history! To seek change for the sake of change is a dangerous thing; we must first understanding what has lead us to where we are. I believe that us preservationists understand where our past and change coexist, and I am grateful that many of us have been able to connect via Flickr.

OH HAPPY DAYS!

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Originally uploaded by Preservation Resource Center, Advocacy Department

polaroid sx70, 1980 by me,

 

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Originally uploaded by New Orleans Lady

new orleans lady
photographs a two story shop residence
a two story shotgun gabled historic 19th century vernacular architecture

representative of the ongoing

photographic survey of New Orleans historic vernacular architecture,

http://www.flickr.com/groups/noahs/

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Originally uploaded by jeff lamb

Happiness
are the blossoms that
bloom in the quarter

Happiness is another January
to remember those days
when i was not forty

allen toussaint, another capricorn!,
Happy Birthday! mr Toussaint,

Happines,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZF8Y38hpTs