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"They whom we love and lose are no longer where they were before.
They are now... wherever we are."
~ St. John Chrysostom



"When you recover or discover something that nourishes your soul and brings joy,
care enough about yourself to make room for it in your life." ~ Jean S. Bolen

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FISH ON PARADE
New Orleans Festival Of Fins
"From May through September of 2000, the Young Leadership Council,
in partnership with the Arts Council of New Orleans' public art program,
held the Festival of Fins, the largest public art display in the city?s history.
More than 150 artists designed and painted over 200 fiberglass fish
which appeared throughout the New Orleans Metro area.
In November of 2000, 105 fish were publicly auctioned raising
over $550,000 for New Orleans area non-profit organizations."
The Young Leadership Council
The Young Leadership Council originally used our photos on their
official website and also used them at the public auction, to which
we received a special invitation and special recognition.

We had a blast searching out each fish - and convincing it to pose
~ so we could get a good picture ~
an endeavor which took us all over our city.
What An Adventure!!!

It's a bit sad now that the fish are gone from our city streets -
but once in awhile we see one in someone's yard or on the front porch
and it brings back very fond memories of our "Festival Of Fins Summer".
Click on the link below to see our pictures.
Festival Of Fins - New Orleans, LA






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