New Orleans has a somewhat turbulent past; control of the city passed from the French, to the Spanish and back to the French before being sold to the United States for the grand sum of $15m in 1803.
Everywhere we ate was amazing. Dinner on Saturday night was at Cafe Irene's - not only was the food sensational, but the waiters were exceptionally entertaining. Pimms Cups at Napoleon House beforehand were just the thing to combat the sticky heat.
I didn't want to shoot this day in anything but black and white, it seemed so fitting for some reason. It captures the feel of the gorgeous Garden District and restaurants in the French Quarter beautifully, although it's hard to do the graciousness of the area justice.
From New York, with love xox