bywater, really

Originally uploaded by boxchain

boxchain in the bywater
its a cruise ship nearby Vaughns.
i may have posted this before,  a Carnival/Ectasy cruise on this 2011 twelth night,
marking a third anniversary of the Noahsurvey,
of New Orleans,


At Anchor – Mississippi River

Originally uploaded by dingler1109

ship at anchor on the mississippi river,
happy birthday rex

Pointe Aux Chenes – Terrebone Parish-15

Originally uploaded by Preservation Resource Center, Advocacy Department

Pointe Aux Chenes – Terrebone Parish-15

Michelle B Kimball photographs Terrebone Parish, and a way of life that for generations , in a paradise along the Gulf of Mexico.


Originally uploaded by New Orleans Lady

holy cross
what is there, and i hope to show you what has been , and can be done w/ pictures of the prc , down here in this neighborhood
but i have to say this is so very excellent by the new orleans lady, unlike any other image i have seen of this place, for sure and w/out a doubt i never did this, xxo


January 29, 2008


Originally uploaded by dingler1109 MY ARTIST STATEMENT!

I’m a pluralist when it comes to the nature of our government; I’m a deist when it comes to matters of faith; I’m a loyalist when it comes to matters of family; I view the world with an existential bias; I question every mindset; I think that when there’s something to be shared with someone, I’m at my best. I like the color purple.

Home is New Orleans. I’ve traveled the world and two of the seven seas (though there’s arguably five),…I like to view the world with gentle eyes, but the world won’t always allow it. …..Have I mentioned I like the color purple?

ships along the mississippi river New Orleans, Louisiana

aside from houses there are ships from around the world
this is a great photograph of the mississippi river port and ships along the \Port of New Orleans (?) not sure will have have to ask dingler,
a painter and expressionist of all positive on the streets of New Orleans, aside from knowing the river better than anyone i’ve ever known, except for a captain that had run for president many a four year cycle, he made 65,000 dollars a year as a captain on the river, and i met him in Matasass
in the vc

the river is mighty,

the river is why there is a Detroit,

no different than New Orleans