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Postcards From The World's Edge
When all you do is drive interstate highways...the only thing that changes is the food.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
New Orleans is a city full of chaos and hidden treasures.
Artist Simon Hardeveld working on the type of sign that graces many of the restaurants and bars in New Orleans.
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