Tuesday, September 13, 2005

The guy in blue jeans and white shirt is Ryan, one of our fellow reporters. He lost his house. He's standing next to what large swaths of the Pass looked like. This is the last one I'll post today. I thought it was very evocative of the amount of damage caused in the Pass. There were piles like that all over town. That pile was a combination of a couple of houses and garages. The debris stretched down a road in piles of similar height for 500 yards at one point.
This photo by Joshua Norman


Blogger "the" Mrs. Astor said...

I am overcome.

6:30 PM  
Blogger Dr. Brill, not Phil said...

Your photos are amazing and portray the enormity of this loss- and that it has hit people across life styles.

I am a Psychologist with experience working with trauma victims and also with peak performers on managing stress and turning things around to do your best. I have a website at www.inthezoneinc.com and a blog at Winner's Way.
I would like to talk with you about posting some strategies to assist people who are trying to put their lives back together. I'm also an author and have coachined lots of individuals, teams, families and groups to get back "in the Zone" for living with purpose- even when they were down.
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Thank you.

8:15 PM  
Blogger zixbox said...

First time for me to visit ur blog but I think i like to read : ) ur photo same Tsunami attack Thailand . I'm Thai girl and i make website for help Tsunami victims. When i see ur photo my heart so sad...

Keep walking

3:19 AM  
Blogger Teyani said...

yes, keep blogging josh... and don't apologize for anything.
looking back from where you began this blog: the cavelier tone, the joking with your co-workers and audience.. to where you are today: showing what is disturbing, fewer words, and powerful photos,..conveys to the rest of us "out here" the extent of the devestation that cameras cannot portray.
thank you.

7:13 AM  
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Pics of Katrina.

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10:02 AM  
Blogger mi otro yo said...

Es doloroso todo eso.

11:13 AM  
Blogger T Ca$h said...

I have been reading every day. Your blog is a personal record of Katrina, and it really brings the reality of this catastrophe out. You post a lot of information, but never get too personal. What is it like living through this? Where are you staying? Where are you getting supplies? Just curious, as you said your apartment was destroyed and I can't imagine what it must be like to be living among this horror.

12:20 PM  
Blogger Katrinaville said...

Katrinaville home to Hurricane Katrina refugees and survivors alike in the United States of America. The President of Katrinaville is none other than George Bush who in his wisdom has allowed the people to starve and has brought shame upon the worlds once greatest nation. He can take care of the people in Iraq. But when it comes to his own he is without a doubt clueless in his inability to bring to this nation a sense of peace. When he himself has only crusade in mind.


12:48 PM  
Blogger fitz said...

what can one say

12:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My name is Kelly Smith, wife of Meridian Mayor John Robert Smith. I recently brought a group from Meridian to the Coast where we worked to set up a badly-needed medical clinic in Long Beach at Coast Episcopal School. I want to tell you what a profound impact the visit had on all of us. The courage and strength of the people there is inspirational. Not once did we hear complaints, only thanks for our help and their lives. I have taken away so many images and stories that I will never forget. Your photography captures so well what we witnessed as FEMA took us down the coastline from Pass Christian through Biloxi - total devastation. We pray for you all every day and will continue to help you any way we can. Thank you for the work you are doing to share these stories with those around the world.
All our best from Meridian,
Kelly Smith

1:08 PM  
Blogger getpoor@getpoor.com said...

Great photo Blog!

I'll link you up on my little page...

I get about 2,000 visitors a day... and I'll send as many as I can your way.

Especially like the photo of the Baptist Church with the Flag. Great stuff.

Thanks again for posting your great photos.



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