The Beauty of Louisiana
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Jay Barrymore in 1997.  Click pic for Jay's Biography Gil on Feb 18, 1999.  Click here for Gil's Biography

Your guides, Jay Barrymore (left) and Gil Davis (right) take you on a breathtaking tour of Louisiana.  Highlighted by spectacular photos, unique histoical perspectives, and colorful descriptions, this  tour will show some of the many facets of our fine state, and perhaps you’ll even learn something new!

UPDATE: Please visit our new site at as this site is no longer updated. Don't be too surprised to find a number of dead links on this site. Instead of browsing this site, I have recently updated this site and moved it to another URL which can be accessed from a link on the left border of each page at The Gates of Dixie website. Please visit us there for the latest updates. Thanks, Gil (July 16, 2002)

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February 11, 2000

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Captions and photos by Jay Barrymore ©2000 all rights reserved
Editing and webpage design by Gil Davis ©2000 all rights reserved

We are always looking for photos that you might have taken.  They must include your name, email address, and a brief history of the area and/or photograph.  It should include information that we are able to research and verify.  We do not accept copyrighted photos (unless you are the copyrighter), and we must have your written permission to use them on our website (an email message along with your return email address that we can confirm will usually suffice).  All photos used become property of Jay Barrymore and Gil Davis unless otherwise noted (copyright info will appear with the large version of the photo).  Though we make every effort to insure accuracy of information provided in “The Beauty of Louisiana” website, we cannot be held responsible for inaccuracies in the composition of the materials appearing here.  Unless otherwise noted, all materials, text, and photos used in the creation of this website (with the exception of public domain graphics) are copyright ©2000 by Jay Barrymore and Gil Davis.  We will gladly grant permission for you to use any materials that are copyrighted by us which appear on this website for non-profit puposes only.  If any of this material will be appearing in a for-profit publication of any type or will be distributed for a compensation of any sort, you must obtain written permission from us to avoid violation of copyright laws.  Any use of copyritten materials by anyone other than us must be approved by the individual or company holding the copyright.