For anyone who's interetsed, I have just uploaded a new gallery of Katrina aftermath photos that I shot last weekend in New Orleans. As this is my backyard, some of the photos are pretty disturbing. Others, somewhat amusing, or maybe just odd. The streets were littered with boats.
Just like the previous Katrina gallery I posted, I'm not looking for a critique, but rather sharing my personal experience through photos. I hope none of you ever have to experience what we are currently living.
As you look through the images, you will notice distinct stripes on the vehicles and buildings. This is from the gradual decrease in the water level throughout the city.
PS: this is the first Katrina gallery I posted:
Here's a few samples from the latest gallery -
A boat used for search & rescue, now abandoned on the trolley line that runs down Canal Street
One of the Kenyon International recovery teams returning from a Lakeview neighborhood. Kenyon specializes in body recovery.
Billings Flying Services PUMA wreckage on Bayou St. John
Sail boat stranded on The Point on Lake Pontchartrain