All of these images were taken with my Bilora Box camera which is a medium format camera produced in Germany. Mine is probably from the 1940s. It takes 6 x 9 cm images on 120 roll film. The shutter speed is 1/50 and, without a tripod as I was when I took these, it's basically impossible to get a steady image. So these photos all look like they are from the early 1900s to me. However, I took them in 2015.
Not the usual scenes from New Orleans: the push of plant life bursting through in the above-ground Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 of New Orleans in the heart of the Garden District at Washington Avenue across the street from the famous Commander's Palace Restaurant contrasted with driftwood on the banks of the Mississippi and the bare concrete walls within the cemetery.
Jacqueline M. Pérez
Mostly nature photography
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