Saturday, February 1, 2014

The Jazz Cat

Happy Sepia Saturday Blog Hop!  It is hosted by my friend, Ruckus the Eskie and remains one of my favorite hops. 


New Orleans...where you can enjoy "sax" in the streets! 


I hope that you enjoy today's photo. 
 It was taken on our anniversary trip to the Big Easy.

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22 comments :

  1. I visited New Orleans once in high school before the hurricane. Too bad I wasn't older! :)

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    1. It is an amazing city. The tourist areas are booming again. Maybe the BlogPaws convention will be there one year. : )

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  2. Wonderful 'jazzy' photo! I'd love to get to New Orleans and hear the real thing :) I think the cat likes the sax?

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    1. You can hear some great music being played on the streets. Yep, it's a Jazz Cat. Haha!

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  3. Fabulous photo! Love it! Brought me back to my one trip to NO when I got to see the jazz players on the streets. Great memories.

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    1. There is a certain mood the city has that's all its own. Thanks for hopping by to see me.

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  4. Wonderful photo! Lots of atmosphere.

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    1. I'm glad and thanks for stopping by today.

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  6. What a great shot!!! I do love it! And the sepia really adds to it to!!
    Have a PAWsome weekend!
    ((husky hugz frum da pack))

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    1. Thank you Jenna. I loved your post today!

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  7. Love It and I see a CAT. Happy Weekend. Golden Woofs

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    1. Good eye Sugar! I hope that you have a great weekend and are feeling better. : )

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  8. Your treatment of the wonderful photo is PERFECT! I love the touches of color and the choice to make it tall and slim. What else did you do to make it kind of painterly?

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    1. I'm glad that you like. My husband does my photography. He used an "artistic filter" called "Cut-out" then a layer mask to bring the lamp post, street sign, & sax back to normal. : )

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  9. Sorry for being so late on my Sepia Saturday rounds. I just came back from a trip to Yosemite and had no internet there! Oh kitty you are one lucky feline to be enjoying all that "saxy" music! Love the texture you put into that sepia pic.

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    1. No problem! Better late than never and what a great reason! I'd love to visit Yosemite. Thanks for commenting!

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