New Orleans, LA
Gulf Shores, Maine, Tetons, Yosemite, and other locations...
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Taken in 1976 on Mardi Gras day, this image speaks of our traditions of floats, masks, and feathers, not to mention the beads being handed out to a child. Black & white print.
Unlikely duo caught on film in 1980. Taken in New Orleans on Jackson Square, the wagon of the candy man sits in front of the cathedral.
This man was taking a break from serving at Cafe Du Monde in 1976.
I photographed the canon wheels in front of the Cabildo in 1976. The Cabildo was a place of government during colonial times, but it's now a museum on Jackson Square.
Someone left an old guitar sitting outside a French Quarter door.
Under the bridge on the way to Slidell, LA, in 1976, I was fishing with my Dad, Bush L. Gamble. These adorable boys were joking around, and we came up with the see no evil saying. One boy asked me what evil meant. Great conversation!
This band was playing next to The Mushroom, by Tulane & Newcomb Universities, in 1976!
Fishing on the Pearl River in northern Louisiana
Trees and swamp off of the Tchefuncte River, Covington, LA
A sand dune in the early morning in Gulf Shores, AL.
Beautiful wave and tiny bubble in Gulf Shores, AL.
What can I say? The Tetons, the water, and blues...
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While backpacking in Yosemite in 1977, black and white made unique shapes for the eye to absorb.