Wednesday, September 07, 2005

New NOAA aerial images:


Blogger penny stocks said...

Thanks for keeping this blog going. I have an Iraq blog here . Great job though!

10:41 AM  
Blogger yuri said...


6:08 PM  
Blogger Tash said...

Hope things are getting better down there.

8:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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8:43 PM  
Blogger R2K said...

Very interesting image media, and also the above post is interesting as well (if highly academic in a time where the nuts and bolts of life are at stake).

Keep it going! I visit daily, and link to this from my blog, and its in my AIM profile.


8:45 PM  
Blogger Noel said...

great blog really..

im from canada.. but i was actually in the tsunami that occured earlier this year. I've seen similar and many times worse images in asia than in the states now. But I do see that the difference makes it look like New Orleans is the Post Apocalyptic future that the world is faced against. People not sure what to do, Fires burning without any control, Looting for personal gain and or survival, And of course the shootings of various reasons.

8:56 PM  
Blogger tsukino_6 said...

Creo que Moore tiene razón en criticar a Bush, no sólo por su lenta respuesta a la catástrofe. Si no tambiém para que se de cuenta de que así de desolado se ve Irak después de un ataque, que según él es para conseguir la paz. Como siempre muere gente inocente, aunque es preferible que sea por una obra de la naturaleza que por manos de un falso líder como "Adolph" Bush.
Fuerza desde Chile a todos los que están sufriendo.

9:02 PM  
Blogger Wendy said...

Thanks for sharing your photos on this blog... I've added it to my favorites list. Sometimes it's good to remind ourselves what's really important in life.
Thanks and God bless.

9:02 PM  
Blogger ExBF said...

Thanks for the link, fascinating stuff, as always. Things look to be slowly but surely getting better...

9:09 PM  
Blogger Quynh-Thi said...

This is an amazing blog. The last thing I would have thought of was to create a blog. I appreciate seeing the human aspects of the hurricane, rather than what's just on TV or in the papers. Thanks for keeping this going. I have friends who are in LA.

John, your pictures are amazing. They all leave me breathless. Thanks for sharing the story through your pictures. You and all the people of Mississippi and Louisiana are in my prayers.

10:54 PM  
Blogger Vancouver Voyeur said...

I am humbled by the work you put into your blog. Very impressive photos. I have put a link to your blog on my page.
I'll keep checking back. Thanks for your work reporting on the hurricane.

5:42 AM  
Blogger Vancouver Voyeur said...

I am very impressed with your blog and your reporting on the hurricane. The pictures are amazing. I've put a link to your blog on my blog. I'm new to all this, but am awed at the quality reporting I'm seeing all over the Net. Keep up the good work. I tried posting a comment previously and it came back with a blank screen. So I'm writing another comment. If you get a response twice, I apologize.

5:44 AM  
Blogger claudinho said...

moro no brasil, um país como se diz subdesenvolvido, e nunca vi aqui acontecer algo de catastrófico que prontamente nossos governantes não tomassem iniciativa de socorro. o governo americano gasta tanto com a guerra no iraque e se esquece do próprio povo. esqueceu-se que quem o elegeu foi o seu povo.

6:35 AM  
Blogger marea2424 said...

Yo vivo en España. Queria mandar mi apoyo a toda la gente que está sufriendo por el huracán Katrina y la "inactividad" del gobierno de Bush. Intentamos desde aquí ponernos en la situación de las personas que han perdido su casa. Animo, muchos abrazos*

PD: pienso que todo esto deberia hacernos reflexionar sobre el cambio climático. Individualmente, todos deberiamos cuidar más el medio ambiente. Desearía que los gobiernos de países que no están concienciados por este problema, hiciesen algo al respecto.

7:55 AM  
Blogger cool guy said...

what are ur photos?i am not liking them

10:32 PM  
Blogger cool guy said...

hi u dirty fellow i said ur photos are ugly...reply

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