This portfolio is comprised of images made for the new gift book for Oak Alley Plantation: Oak Alley Plantation, Portrait of a Southern Icon. This allee of oaks is one of the oldest surviving in the South; one of the three oldest allees in Louisiana from the early 1800s. Oak Alley gardens, grounds, and home are visited by thousands of visitors each year from around the world.  These are probably the most photographed trees in the world.  View from porch toward levee - hand-painted Oak and afternoon light, east corner of manor houseJosephine oak roots and manor houseAlley after rain, panoramic viewWest corridor, View of sloping limbs, after heavy rainJacques T. and Celine Roman oaks and manor houseView of house and alley, early morning lightOak Alley oaks, west row view toward levee, afternoon lightView down alley from west porchDoor and alley in rain, Oak Alley PlantationAzaleas and manor house, west cornerInside east row, view of end of alley and levee Oak roots, azalea and spring greensAndrew Oak silhouette, morning light View of alley from 2nd tree west row toward leveeOak alley diptych, hand-painted canvas print, edition of 10East row of oaks, early morning fog, vertical viewView of east row of oaks from levee in fogOak in west field, morning fogView toward house, inside east row in fogEast row of oaks, view toward house2nd floor, French doors open to alley Mrs. Stewart's bedroomJacque Roman's bedroomTable and window, Roman bedroomJosephine Oak, Oak Alley Plantation, vertical view Dining room, manor houseWindow onto alley from dining roomManor house dining room, study 22nd floor hallway - Oak Alley manor house