A personal chronicle of Hurricane Katrina
Poor baby alligator.Your mom, Dalton & i had a bunch of laughs last night. We miss you & Katie.E.
I know that our wild lifes suffered horribly from Katrina - the day after the storm hundreds of seagulls scattered all over Hwy 90 from waveland to 604 in Pearlington as if they were flung down and drowned...not a good omen to find on your way to find out if you have a home or not!!
Holy Christ, what a photo.
Difficult to relaize this photo captures what may be inside of us. We don't want to feel this truth about our region. We need that big mama gator - the feds - to help us. Good photo.
Check out this video,it is from St.Bernard Parish,much has not changed since the storm.Website is http://southcypressspeedway.com/,then click of Katrina Video.The video itself is not the best but you can still see much..Turn on the sound. Poor little gator.So many animals were lost here and their lost will effect our land for years too come.
That picture captures such honesty, and such fear. It is hard to look at that, and not think. As I sit here typing this on my lap top, watching monday football. The New Orleans saints, and the Alanta Falcons are playing. I am in my nice warm house, doing my day to day tasks, and chores, like so many others in this counrty. I would have never stopped to think about the wild life, and how it is been forever changed....awsome picture
It's been said before and will be said long after we're gone.From death comes life. It's nature's eternal recreation. Only this time, man (USACOE) had a big hand in the fuck up.
Life's tough on the little things.
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