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Moss Men It's been years since I've seen Mardi Gras costumes made of Spanish moss.

Moss Men It's been years since I've seen Mardi Gras costumes made of Spanish moss.

Feb. 27, 1900. "Mardi Gras procession on Canal Street, New Orleans."

Let the good times roll in the Big Easy! "Mardi Gras procession on Canal Street, New Orleans." Lifetime Legacy were I grew up

Mary had a little lamb Envelope included. 5" X 7" Can be matted and framed

Mardi Gras Parade

Mary had a little lamb Envelope included. X Can be matted and framed

Mardi Gras Bead Tree!                                                                                                                                                      More

After Mardi Gras, a new challenge: removing beads from trees

Mardi Gras Bead Tree in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile is actually the home or the original Mardi Gras. New Orleans began hosting Mardi Gras years later.

"Chief David Montana of Washitaw Nation - Check out the elaborate beading that is hand-sewn by the chief. A new costume is made every year. This costume featured beaded bees that hovered over the beaded flowers."

Mardi Gras Indians

"Chief David Montana of Washitaw Nation - Check out the elaborate beading that is hand-sewn by the chief. This costume featured beaded bees that hovered over the beaded flowers.

Mardi Gras Ladders Photo - New Orleans Photography - Mardi Gras Wall Art - Mardi Gras Photography - Parade Ladders Photo

A unique part of New Orleans Mardi Gras are the rows of colorful ladders lining St. Charles Avenue during carnival.

James Carville New Orleans Quote - This is so true. The city and people of New Orleans are warm and inviting. You will feel you are in another country altogether.

I've said this every time I've been to New Orleans, and it's why I love it! --James Carville New Orleans Quote - This is so true. The city and people of New Orleans are warm and inviting. You will feel you are in another country altogether.

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