Originally uploaded by johnkoetsier

“Nawlins” has perhaps the most distinctive architecture of any city in North America. It’s wonderfully dilapidated in spots, and somehow that just fits, and wouldn’t be right any other way.

I saw this particular building on a walk in the French Quarter, a couple of blocks from Bourbon street. Probably someone will pick it up and refurbish it, and it’ll have another hundred years of life as a grand old home in one of America’s most interesting cities.


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