The Mississippi River Flows by the 
New Orleans French Quarter

    The Reason New Orleans was settled by the French in 1718 was its position and high ground on the Mississippi River. Today it is a must see place and it runs from Elysian Fields to Canal Street with plenty of access fromt he French Quarter.

     This first photo is of the setting sun in the early evening. We are looking east but it is the West Bank of New Orleans. The name Crescent City means the Mississippi is making a big curve on its way to the Guld of Mexico. 

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Sunrise on the Mississippi looking down river to the Bywater Neighborhood from the River Walk
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Looking at the West Babk of New Orleans as you appraoch the River Walk Park which goes all the way to the Convention Center
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The Immigrant Statue in Waldenberg Park on the River
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The Steamer Docked by the French Quarter getting ready for Cruise.
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Take the Mississippi River Ferry to the West Bank and you may get a shot like this one. The Cheap way to a River Cruise.
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The Mississippi River can create some foggy days in the Quarter
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The Old Mississippi River Car Ferry
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Creole Queen on the Mississippi River
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Cruise Ship on the Mississippi with my very first digital camera
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Ferries and Ships on the Mississippi
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Tall Ships visit New Orleans in 2012

Eric Bouler
Eric Bouler
Realtor