Do Not signs in the French Quarter, New Orleans, LA, USA

French Quarter Icon The French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carré, is the oldest neighborhood in the city of New Orleans.

People going in and out of the French Market Outside the French Market there is a huge Do Not Enter sign. Shoppers walking into the arch - the front door of a Farmer's Market on the corner. Notice the man leaning on the Do Not Enter sign. (detail below)


A big guy that needs to be careful. It sort of looks like he is waiting for someone - no idea.
A big guy that needs to be careful. Here is a back ally nearby.


A big guy that needs to be careful. The back of the Margaritaville bar.



A big guy that needs to be careful. A close-up of the DNE sign.
A big guy that needs to be careful. Details of the Do Not Enter sign and the people under the awing.


NO Urinating!
It looks like a parking sign; but it's more! NO Peeing!(Detail to the right)
A big guy that needs to be careful. Another No-Parking sign provided by www.ilovebacon.com


A big guy that needs to be careful. The back of the Margaritaville bar.



A big guy that needs to be careful. A close-up of the DNE sign.
A big guy that needs to be careful. Details of the Do Not Enter sign and the people under the awing.


A big guy that needs to be careful. French Quarter street with overlooking balconies and overflowing plant baskets - notice the red arrow.
A big guy that needs to be careful. Somebody must have missed this No Parking sign.

A big guy that needs to be careful. Yes, these horse heads are hitching-posts for real living horses.