Monday, May 23, 2011


"God is in the details."~Ludwig Mies van der Rohe~ 
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, was a renowned architect. I think he may have visited here before he wrote this famous quote? I took this photo in New Orleans recently and I was truly amazed at the variety of architecture that  seemed to blend together regardless of style. It all just worked in an eclectic sort of way. 
If God be in the details, He is omnipresent in New Orleans. 
Look at the detail work in the Victorian corbel above, can you only imagine the hours of labor that went into this one fine piece. The skilled hands of a craftsman at work, someone who took pride in the finished product. There are thousands of such details here, some restored and some in dire need of repair.
Walking and photographing had it's challenges, the sidewalks uneven and the subject matter abounding. Thank goodness for digital photography, good shoes and great friends to share the experience with. 
Have a wonderful day!

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Jan @twoscoopz said...

Wonderful shot and post! Architecture is so fascinating, isn't it?

Louisiana Belle said...

That's one of my favorite things about New Orleans: the architecture and French influence. Love this photo and your processing of it.

lisa said...

One of my favorite places (especially the food!).
Wonderful work on this!

Pat said...

Great photo showing quite a lot of architectural detail! Nice processing, too!

Anonymous said...

So true, Rosemary.....He definitely is in the details......awesome title for this FABulous picture of all the details here! Great POV....just love the great gingerbread and old shutters! Yes, I agree, New Orleans is a photographer's dream come true! And love the flag and script! Hope you have a wonderful week, My Friend! ~Mary Lou

Anonymous said...

I love tht victorian corner thing!!!!!! omgosh! I'm just like my mom!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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