This represents more than three years of coverage of Hurricane Katrina. Because of the enormity of the story I have chosen to divide the work into separate galleries: Parts One and Six show the devastation along the Mississippi Gulf Coast from Biloxi to Waveland. In many ways the Gulf Coast was hit harder than New Orleans. Entire communities along this picturesque landscape have been leveled. However, because of the tragedies that unfolded in New Orleans since the storm, it has continued to receive the lion's share of the news coverage. Parts Two, Four, and Five, look at the various characters and personalities I encountered in the days following the storm. Parts Three and Seven look simply at the toxic muck left behind by the flood waters. The eighth gallery is devoted to scenes from the Lower Ninth Ward. The ninth gallery looks at Katrina and Carnival, and how New Orleanians used Mardi Gras not only to heal, but to poke fun the hurricane, and the condition of the city. "Katrina at One," looks at New Orleans one year after landfall and the commemoration of the first anniversary. "Mr. G. and the Rev.," follows two residents of the Lower Ninth Ward in their quest to return and re-built their homes and their lives. "Katrina at Two," examines the state of the city as it marked the second anniversary of Katrina's landfall. The final gallery, "On Eagles Wings" is a series of portraits of the congregation at Eagles Wings Ministies Church of God in Christ. You can read my latest Katrina update, as well as read previous updates at the Picture of the Week. Enjoy, and, as always, remember to think peace.... The Mississippi Gulf Coast
Evacuees, Refugees, Holdouts, Dogs, and Humvees
Barges, Breaches, Waterlines, Returnees, and more Muck
Politicians, Toxic Artists, Dessert, Tattoos, and Coco Robicheaux
The Mississippi Gulf Coast: Part II
The Muck: Part II
The Lower Ninth Ward
Katrina and Carnival
Katrina at One
Mr. G. and the Rev.
Katrina at Two
On Eagles Wings
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