Doorway to the Past

© Paulette Plakidas

Doorway to the Past

Uploaded: May 13, 2005

Description

This is the famous Newcomb Pottery house in New Orleans on Trianon Plaza. I took this picture a few years before this house was renovated- at the time, it looked like a haunted house. New Orleans, Louisiana.

Comments

Tammy Scott level-classic May 30, 2005

VERY neat image, Paulette! I love the feel it has! #255841

Paulette Plakidas May 30, 2005

Thank you, Tammy! I'm glad you liked it. I passed this house the other day and it looks like a completely different house now with all of the renovations. #1412287

Debbie Fleri June 09, 2005

Awesome shot...I like the b/w...gives it an even MORE haunted feel to it...

Debbie : ) #1450636

Paulette Plakidas June 11, 2005

Thank you, Debbie! #1458272

Sandra Freyler December 10, 2005

My kind of style! Awesome black and white image, Paulette! #2172540

Paulette Plakidas December 11, 2005

Thank you, Sandra! I'm so glad you like this shot :) #2173963

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