North America§

Below are links to my albums containing photos from my travels in North America. This includes albums from visits to places in the U.S., as well as Mexico and Puerto Rico — see further down the page for these last two.


Since I’m originally from New Orleans and have lived there for much of my life, I have many photos from New Orleans and other parts of Louisiana.

New Orleans

created: january 2007; location: louisiana, united states

Since I’ve from New Orleans and am often there, I have many photos from New Orleans and some of the surrounding towns. This also includes photos from Mardi Gras in New Orleans.

Laura Plantation (Vacherie)

created: may 2007; location: vacherie, louisiana, united states

The Oak Alley plantation is a very popular, classic American plantation that has been preserved since it’s time during when Louisiana was a French colony. However, a more interesting plantation is the Laura Plantation. It’s a true French Creole plantation.

For photos from other towns in the same state, see the Louisiana album.


To me, California is the most beautiful and interesting state in the U.S. I’ve made many trips there and have plenty of photos posted in several albums on this site.

San Francisco

created: january 2007; 773; location: san francisco, california, united states

The most beautiful, interesting, and fun city in the U.S. is San Francisco. It’s spectacular.

Los Angeles

created: january 2007; location: los angeles, california, united states

L.A. is huge and I’ve only visited it once. I saw very little, but spent a bunch of time at Universal Studies. It was a blast.

I’ve provided links here to just San Francisco and Los Angeles. For some photos in other places in the same state, see the California album.

New England§

I’ve been to all parts of New England. However, I’ve been mostly around Boston since as a boy I grew up in a small city near Boston.


created: may 2011; location: boston, massachusetts, united states

Boston is the capital of Massachusetts and a fairly large city. There are several things to see from the early, colonial days of the North America. There are also, of course, more modern sights.


created: october 2007; location: cambridge, massachusetts, united states

This album has photos from Cambridge, Massachusetts — not Cambridge, England. This is where Harvard University and M.I.T., along with several other universities and colleges.


created: may 2010; location: salem, massachusetts, united states

Salem used be larger than Boston, but was divided into smaller towns. It’s most famous for their witch trials in the late 17th century. It’s quite large town and has many nice places to visit.

For photos from other towns around Boston, see the New England album.

South West U.S.§

This batch of albums include my trips to Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. California is covered in an album above.

Grand Canyon

created: january 2007; location: flagstaff, arizona, united states

The Grand Canyon is awesome and worht seeing. I did the best I could to capture the spendor in photos.

Santa Fe

created: january 2007; location: santa fe, new mexico, united states

Santa Fe is such a unique city, so very different from the rest of the U.S.

Other Countries & Territories§

Puerto Rico (San Juan)

created: april 2011; location: san juan, puerto rico, united states

Located in the Carriebean Sea, Puerto Rico is a territory of the U.S. It was previously a Spanish colony. As such, the architecture and culture are very different from the rest of the U.S.


created: may 2011; location: mexico

Despite prejudices many from the U.S. have about Mexicans, they’re a lovely people. The scenery is beautiful and the food is excellent.