A look at a rainy Sunday at Jazz Fest.

photo of B.B. King by David Fary
B.B. King, by David Fary

Audiences at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival have a love/hate relationship with rain. It makes walking a challenge, and brings the animal smell to the fore, but it also inspires people to do stuff like this. For photographers, it's an extra challenge because all that gear is notoriously water-averse. David Fary kept his camera dry enough to shoot on Sunday, and here are the highlights.

His shots from the rest of the weekend are here and here.

B.B. King and Allen Toussaint, by David Fary

Juan Luis Guerra y 440 on the Congo Square Stage, by David Fary

Dave Matthews closed out the Acura Stage in the rain, by David Fary

Joey Burns of Calexico on the Gentilly Stage, by David Fary

John Convertino of Calexico, by David Fary