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Mardi Gras Photograph - Mardi Gras Queen by William Fields

Mardi Gras Queen is a photograph by William Fields which was uploaded on January 30th, 2012.

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TWEETED to over 21,000 followers who watch for our images and quotes... Its great to be retired, been to NO three times. Took the tours, went on the Sternwheeler on a long tour through the Bayous.... That was the BEST tour ever.... Unfortunately missed the Mime.. maybe next time...

William Fields replied:

Thanks Bob and Nadine! There are plenty of stops along Bourbon that are worth the time for a glass of wine.

Great texture and details on the store front, beautiful composition! v

William Fields replied:

Thanks for seeing through the grittiness Elena. I know immediately who the real artists are.

William, First, Congrats on the Sale! I appreciate the juxtaposition here of the "glitz" against the gritty nature of the store front building. To me, this makes a statement about the charade that Mardi Gras sometimes becomes. I often think of the incredible amount of wealth that is tossed during this season - both from the passing floats in the form of trinkets and the elaborate costumes and gowns as participants pretend to be King or Queen for a day. Nice composition! voted

William Fields replied:

Thanks Cheri, means a lot coming from a NOLA person! Next time you go to Galatoire's on the weekend you can look for this guy; )

William Fields replied:

By the way, he's studying to be a nurse practitioner so he won't have to busk no more.

you gotta love new orleans! V

William Fields replied:

And I do Joan! Thanks

William, as always your work is superb! Congrats on your sale!!!

William Fields replied:

Thanks Zeana! Your comment is my first knowledge of the sale!