I recently did a little bit of traveling around the southeast US – namely, Florida and Louisiana – and of course I took a whole bunch of photos while I was there.
You can view the whole collection here, but here’s the short version:
I went to Florida and saw some alligators, both big and small.
I saw the Everglades.
I drove across a LOT of long (and short) bridges.
I stood at the (almost) southernmost point in the continental United States.
Then I jumped over to New Orleans and experienced Bourbon Street in the French Quarter at night.
Then I took a steamboat ride on the only remaining truly steam-powered passenger paddle steamer left on the Mississippi River.
Did I mention the steamboat ride was a leisurely 2-hour cruise at sunset?
Then I saw a neat cemetery.
And rode on an old tram train.
Before finally visiting some beautiful old plantations…
…VERY beautiful plantations…
…one of which we stayed in overnight!
As you can imagine, it was a very fun trip and we saw a lot of neat things and places. If you’d like to see more pictures (along with comments about what I was doing at the time), feel free to check out the full collection over on Flickr.