Jackson Square from Washington Artillery Park
A view of Jackson Square as seen from Washington Artillery Park. Taken shortly before sunset, the gates to Jackson Square are locked. On the opposite side of the square is Saint Peter cathedral. To the east is Cafe Du Monde and to the south is the Mississippi river and the trolley tracks.
Copyright: Matthew Normand
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14896x7448
Uploaded: 03/07/2013
Updated: 05/08/2014


Tags: jackson; square; saint; peter; cathedral; cafe du monde; mississippi; river; new; orleans; louisiana
  • Brandon Ore 2 months ago
    Beautiful. I like how you got both the nadir and zenith.
  • Jessica Schultz 7 months ago
    Amazing panorama!
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