The City that Care Forgot

Shotgun house, FG

It’s nickname was an advertising slogan to entice visitors in the 1930s, but New Orleans is a “city that care forgot” in more ways than one. I’m home for a few days to visit with family, and had a couple of hours in the French Quarter to walk and take in the sights. There are plenty. Despite its scrappy personality, New Orleans is a city of great charm, amazing food, quirky history, and unique architecture.

St. Louis Basilica

Jackson Square clarinet

About Ron Dauphin

Photographer, writer, proud dad, and UCC pastor.
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