Don Bain's 360° Panoramas of
Louisiana

I have divided Louisiana very simply into north and south, the dividing line being a continuation of the east-west boundary between Mississippi and Louisiana. The north is mostly unknown to me, though I did cross over from northern Mississippi on my Florida trip in early 2015.

The southern half of Louisiana holds much interest for me, and is very familiar from the two years that I lived in New Orleans. Bad weather prevented me from covering the Cajun Country, Atchafalaya Basin, and Baton Rouge in 2015, but I did manage a full week of shooting in and near the city of New Orleans late in the year.

To begin, just click the regions listed here, or click on the map, or scroll down to see a detailed list of localities.

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Mississippi River in Northern Louisiana
Poverty Point Indian Mounds
Vidalia


Summit of Mound A, the Bird Mound, at Poverty Point

Summit of Mound A, the Bird Mound, at Poverty Point




Jackson Square

Jackson Square


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