1614 Esplanade Tree House

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UploadedDecember 12, 2009
TakenDecember 12, 2009
Exposure1/15 sec at f/4.4999904624621
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Focal Length35 mm
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A treehouse built by Scott Pterodactyl in the backyard of 1614 Esplanade Ave in New Orleans. 1614 was once the original House of the Rising Sun, now it is a house where artists can live and work and show their art.

At the moment, there are about 17 people living in the art house. The tree house in the back is an ongoing project, and things are being added when Scott gets the inclination, but he is thinking about working on things other than the tree house now.

The ArtHouse website is here: http://1614esplanade.tumblr.com/and here: http://www.1614esplanade.com/

Please check it out!

In the Brown Ledge Gap Year photo essay.

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