Last modified on 4 April 2011, at 14:52

User:Infrogmation/Potw Archive 1

Archive of old Infrogmation's Photo of the Week (or however long until I change the photo), in reverse chronological order from when they were featured on my page.

The current photo of the week is on my user page at User:Infrogmation

More recent collections:

Christmas wishes from the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans
New Orleans after Katrina: Odoriferous defunct refrigerator on curb has graffitti critical of George W. Bush
1838 New Basin Canal lighthouse still standing after Katrina... barely. It collapsed days after I took this photo.
"New Orleans Is For Lovers"
Couple in protective gear embrace while taking a break from salvaging possessions from their formerly flooded, now mold infested, home.
"That Just Ain't Right"
House atop Ford F-150, Lower 9th Ward.
"Katrina bit this house":House in Lake St. Catherine, Louisiana was built raised high to avoid occasional great hurricane floods, but Katrina's terrible storm surge was higher still.
"After the levee breach": Smashed New Orleans house with refrigerator on roof and child's tricycle in yard
"Unhabitable". Doorway in formerly flooded Gentilly neighborhood of New Orleans
"Cat on a Cold Tin Car"
Door hangs from wire in flood devastated Lower 9th Ward residential neighborhood
Figure from 1930s "Fountain of the Winds" by Enrique Alferez
Interior of Hurricane Katrina storm surge damaged home, St. Bernard, Louisiana
New Orleans Mardi Gras, 2006: Costumed revelers watching the Rex parade
New Orleans scene after Hurricane Katrina: "Cyclone Fence"
Boat beached atop shopping cart on median of formerly flooded portion of Carrollton Avenue, New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Woman with bobbed hair and finger waves, c. 1928. That's my grandmother, BTW.
Three United States tourist women, Moroccan tour guide and two camel handlers (at either end), with camel. Near Tangier, Morocco, September, 1965. That's my grandma in the cat-eye glasses.
Ostrich drawn cart, Jacksonville, Florida, c. 1910, from found postcard.
Easter floats, Antigua Guatemala, 1980
Giants dance for Corpus Christi celebrations, Antigua Guatemala, 1979.
Old exterior architectural painting detail, "Zum Ritter" building, Schaffhausen, Switzerland.
Brass band musicians and confetti, at Twelfth Night celebrations in New Orleans marking the start of the Carnival season. 6 January, 2003.
Mardi Gras Day, 2003: Costumed musicians playing saxophone, trumpet, and trombone, French Quarter, New Orleans.
New Orleans Carnival, 2005: Golf cart floats with effigy heads of neighborhood characters, "Krewe of OAK" neighborhood parade.
New Orleans Carnival, 2005: A member of the "Bearded Oysters" dance troupe, "Krewe of OAK" neighborhood parade.

The current photo of the week is on my user page at User:Infrogmation

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