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Hurricane Katrina Aftermath in Photographs - January 2006

Over the New Year's holiday my wife and I, both volunteers with the American Red Cross, traveled to New Orleans and throughout the Gulf Coast. We were shocked to see the extent of the damage that still remained, just a little more than three months after Hurricane Katrina struck. I was initially apprehensive to photograph the vast areas of destruction until I spoke with many of the locals who urged me to help publicize their current situation. I hope these pictures will serve both as historical record and also as notice that, while the hurricane is long gone, the region still desperately needs help.

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New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans East, Louisiana


New Orleans, Louisiana
Lower Ninth Ward, New Orleans, Louisiana
Signs and Messages
French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana

Slidell, Louisiana
Slidell, Louisiana

Gulf Coast, Mississippi
Gulf Coast, Mississippi


Signs and Messages
Signs & Messages


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