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  • Downtown Lafayette, LA

    A new sign, a new life? for downtown Lafayette, in effect a village within a city.

  • Downtown Lafayette, LA in a fog laden sunrise

    Rule of thumb, If I wake up before dawn and it is foggy, I am out the door, camera in hand. Case in point, the rising sun had just burst through the morning fog to illuminate downtown Lafayette.

  • UL Lafayette Fleur de Lis in quad

    The recent addition of the Fleur de Lis metal sculpture as a counterpoint for the UL Quad has been quite compelling. Metallic to the quad's brick, cool to the quad's warmth, set in a pool of calm. Hard to beat.

  • UL Quad

    The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has undergone a remarkable transformation with its campus. Case in Point. The quad is a wonderful meditative space.

  • Reflection of the Hiiliard University Art Museum

    The two buildings are visible in body and reflection in this panorama showing the older building's balcony.

  • Hilliard Art Museum at University of Louisiana at Lafayette

    Rain provides the reflective element at the Paul and Lulu Hilliard Art Museum on the University of Louisiana at Lafayette campus.

  • Lafayette General Hospital

    Panorama shows all aspects of the hospital complex in Lafayette.

  • Pathway Station New York, NY

    The new Pathway Station, designed by Santiago Calatrava is reflected in the wall of the visitor's center at Ground Zero in New York.

  • Flatiron Building New York

    Morning sun illuminates the front of the Flatiron building in New York City.

  • San Francisco Architecture

    Side by Side, the Transamerica building flanks an old victorian building in downtown San Francisco, CA.

  • Hotel Monteleone New Orleans, LA

    Front view of Hotel Monteleone at night

  • Grand Opera House restored

    Crowley's Grand Opera House, built in 1901 by David Lyons, has been restored in recent years by L.J. Geilen. As in its first life, the hall is again the setting for a variety of concerts and what not.

  • Old State Capitol Rotunda in Baton Rouge, LA

    Original staircase leads up to the second floor and the building's rotunda. Old State Capitol was completed in the 1840s.

  • St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Plaquemine, LA

    Dusk falls on St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Plaquemine, LA

  • Richard Fisher Center for the Performing Arts, Bard College, NY.

    The Richard B. FIsher Center for the Performing Arts, a theater designed by Frank Gehry assumes the likeness of a stegosaurus dinosaur.

  • Crescent City Connection, New Orleans, LA

    Two spans of New Orlean's Crescent City Connection traverse the Mississippi River.

  • Huey P. Long Bridge

    The Huey P. Long Bridge was built in the 1930s by its namesake. The span now has two modern concrete auto lanes flanking the original rail crossing. I have always enjoyed passing under the "Built Under the Administration of Huey Long" sign as I crossed the river on this historic span.

  • Hale Boggs Bridge at dawn

    Dawn slowly envelopes the Hale Boggs Bridge just west of New Orleans, LA.

  • Train crossing the Huey P. Long U.S. 190 Bridge in Baton Rouge, LA

    The bridge, designed and built by Huey Long, handled both trains and motor vehicles. It opened in 1940.

  • Huey P. Long Bridge in BR with new paint job.

    In recent years the Huey Long Bridge in Baton Rouge has undergone a dramatic transformation with sand blasting and a new coat of paint.

  • John Jay Audobon Bridge St. Francisville, LA

    Dawn sky over the newly built John Jay Audubon Bridge near St. Francisville.

  • John Jay Audobon Bridge, St. Francisville, LA

    The sun rises through the Audubon Bridge, in St. Francisvlle, LA. The bridge opened in 2011.

  • John Jay Audubon Bridge, St. Francisville, LA

    John J. Audubon Bridge near St. Francisville, LA opened in 2011.

  • Sunshine Bridge, Donaldsonville, LA

    Dubbed the Bridge to nowhere when it was completed in 1963. The bridge got its name from then Governor and country western singer Jimmy Davis who was best known for his hit, "You are my Sunshine". At the time it was the only Mississippi River crossing between New Orleans and Baton Rouge.