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A late evening light is cast upon this scene of an old Acadian style house near Thibodaux, LA. The word "Lagniappe" (lan-yap) is derived from a Cajun word meaning, "something extra. Cajuns, slang for Acadians, are the French-speaking people who migrated to South Louisiana from Nova Scotia in the eighteenth century. Cajuns were happily removed from city life preferring a rustic life along the bayous. In this case, this scene was painted along Bayou Lafourche.