It’s a Wrought Iron World

Iron Fleur de Lis

Iron Fleur de Lis

Lumix G10, ISO 100, 26 mm, f/4.7, 1/30, AWB

The Fleur de Lis (or Fleur de Lys) has become New Orleans symbol and it is displayed in an array of places, from flags, cups and beads to wrought iron fences.  Wrought iron is commonly used in various neighborhoods of the city, but predominantly the French Quarter.  http://www.fleurdelisfashions.com/history-of-the-fleur-de-lis.html

Wrought Iron Flower

Wrought Iron Flower

Lumix G10, ISO 400, 42 mm, f/5.6, 1/125, AWB

Flowers are a common feature on many of the wrought iron gates around the Uptown neighborhood.

An Iron Flower

An Iron Flower

Lumix G10, ISO 100, 42 mm, f/7.1, 1/250, AWB

Wrought Iron Work

Wrought Iron Work

Lumix G10, ISO 400, 36 mm, f/5.6, 1/15, AWB

Waves in Iron

Waves in Iron

Lumix G10, ISO 400, 39 mm, f/5.6, 1/400, AWB

A Patina Loop

A Patina Loop

Lumix G10, ISO 400, 42 mm, f/5.6, 1/13, AWB

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