New Orleans, LA
Photograph - Photography
Copyright Warning Do Not Alter My Photographer Notes: This arranged photo was created by breathing on my lens, the light from the window was extremely bright and created a ghostly effect hence the title. Being an avid collector of antiques here in the city, everything in this photo was purchased from Volunteers of America thrift store. The ink blue ink bottle is an antique ink bottle and original label from circa late 1890's-1920's. My sister purchased it at the outdoor flea market in the French Quarter back in the 60's. There was an advantage shopping at Volunteers of America, the entire contents of the grand Victorian Home I had restored was basically furnished with period antiques which were donated and re-sold where I had purchased them. The home upon completion of renovation was open for public tour a total of 250 individuals viewed the work I had done to the interior of the home. The was sold in 98 and I have been close friends with the current owners. They are a retired couple 85 years old, married 66 years, and migrate and drive from Michigan to New Orleans yearly due to the harsh winters in Michigan. They fell in love with New Orleans and the Grand Victorian.
January 10th, 2013
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