Bombastic color, lush vegetation, incredible food, outrageous costumes, ridiculous humidity, friendly people and good old-fashioned southern hospitality are just some of the many things awaiting the visitor to the American South and the great state of Louisiana.
In the summer of 2010 my wife and I traveled to the town of Covington, Louisiana for a two week stay and found Louisiana to be all we had heard and more.
In Louisiana ~ images of the south, experience first hand through the lens – the small town charm of Idabel, Oklahoma; the lush, southern forests of Covington, Louisiana; the outrageous-ness of New Orleans, and the peace and tranquility of the Irish Bayou sunset's magic hour.
Filled with more than 150 stunning photographs, Louisiana ~images of the South bares eloquent witness to the simple notion that all around us - at any given time - there's something of value and interest happening. One needs only to slow down, pay attention, and know how to run your camera.
When you're finished with this book, please visit my complete on-line catalog of film and digital images on the web at: jbcrane.zenfolio.com/louisiana