New Orleans is a city rich with history. The influence of its founding father’s is evident in the food, the language, and its architecture.
Its iconic wrought iron balconies, accented by cascading flowers, shuttered windows, and splashes of color line the major thoroughfares and smaller side streets and back alleys. It is at times pristine and perfectly manicured, and others gritty, beaten and battered, but it is always interesting.
Whether dirty, dainty, grand or demure – these doors hint at that history. I hope you will find them as fascinating as I did on my walking tour.