One of the fun things about visiting a city with someone that has lived there before, are the things you get to see that you never knew about. Not because they are not worth knowing about, but simply because they were never on your radar. On our trip to New Orleans, my friend David Morefield and I went out late (how could you sleep, when there was a photo opportunity waiting somewhere) and we drove around with no particular destination in mind. We came upon Loyla University, thinking it was a church our friend Andy Crawford had shot earlier in the day. As it turned out, it wasn’t the same church, but it was still worth the stop.
It was around midnight, so we could not do much, but the Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church on the left and Marquette Hall on the right, made for a very impressive main entrance.