NEW ORLEANS, LA – The Canon PowerShot SX710 HS was tested on Bourbon Street. What I found was this is the only camera one would ever need; it does it all.
The music video below is a photo gallery taken while the sun was setting. This is a time known by photographers as the Golden Hour or Magic Hour.
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NEW ORLEANS, LA – SEPT 23: These overhead, horizontal traffic-lights are commonly used in New Orleans that are secured with multiple anchors on a steel frame that help prevent movement during high winds.
New Orleans does have vertical traffic lights but they are placed on vertical steel poles on the sidewalk with multiple anchors as well.
Even though less secure, traffic lights that hang from a cable are still being erected today in Hurricane regions such as the one that was put up in the
Summer of 2015 on Hwy 674 in Sun City Center, FL.
You can view an older suspended-by-wire traffic light on
Cass Street Bridge in Tampa, Florida as well.
SEPT 13, 2015 - Horizontal traffic signal light on Royal St in New Oleans, LA/photonews247.com SEPT 23, 2015 - Horizontal taffic lights on corner of Bourbon Street and Canal Stree in New Orleans, LA/photonews247.com SEPT 14, 2015 - Horizontal taffic lights on S Peters Street in New Orleans, LA/photonews247.com SEPT 14, 2015 - Horizontal traffic signal lights on Poydras Street with the Hilton in background inNew Orleans, LA/photonews247.com SEPT 14, 2015 - back view of horizontal taffic signal lights on Camp Street in New Orleans, LA/photonews247.com