Friday, September 16, 2005


The hotel for the Palace did fine. Not so much the casino.
This photo by Joshua Norman

15 Comments:

Blogger Konvalia said...

great photos! It is still hard to believe it really happened...

8:34 AM  
Blogger Diamond said...

It's got some crazy coverage over here in the UK. When the TV has Black People looking for food, they are described as "looting" and White people are "desperately searching for supplies" It's all very confusing and everyone is very upset. It must be like hell on Earth! Stay Brave.

8:49 AM  
Blogger "the" Mrs. Astor said...

My, I spent the whole morning reading and looking at everthing.
I'm exhasted, I can only pray for you and the others.

8:55 AM  
Blogger Empowerqueen said...

Hello Josh,
Thank's for all your doing to share the intensity of this catastophe. I enjoyed the first post(as we all now know FEMA has no teeth!) and I am grateful for your photo diary.
I'd like to offer you knowledge of the hope that the region can rebuild without bankrupting the national budget. Please check out the blog economicengine.blogspot.com
it ties in with the President's speech.
Grace be with you......

9:21 AM  
Anonymous Contaminacion y Purificacion del Agua said...

very nice photos, I hope the city get well soon.

10:20 AM  
Blogger Cg said...

My son worked there.

10:28 AM  
Blogger SPG said...

Amazing photos. This is a great site you have. I'm so terribly sorry for what you and everybody there is going through. Thanks for taking the time to get the story out and God bless.

2:57 PM  
Blogger A.G.Miranda said...

Josh, Im an a Vasque boy who really is worried about the disaster that has donde the Katrina. I only wanna to say that the EEUU is a great state and that all of you will recover New Orleans.
Ander

3:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thats where I worked, Mr. Lowe(the owner) has put sooo much money into one of the best jobs on the coast just to see it get washed away. I just know what to do till it reopens........ whenever that is.

6:30 PM  
Anonymous janmom said...

Is that a gator in the forefront??

8:20 PM  
Blogger R2K said...

What do you say to the proposals that some sections, like 9th ward I think, be returned to nature to buffer future storms?>

R2000

9:03 PM  
Anonymous Tratamiento de agua said...

very nice photos, I hope the city get well soon

9:43 AM  
Anonymous pedro responde said...

thanks for taking the time of posting about this disaster God bless new orleans.

3:33 PM  
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