Friday, September 09, 2005

On Highway 90 in Gulfport.
All photos on this blog (save the one of the photographer himself) by Josh Norman


Blogger cutie226 said...

these photos seem so real like i am there and like it is happening to me.

5:11 PM  
Blogger HS said...

Mindblowing pictures.

Sad Hearted Soul

5:49 PM  
Blogger Castaways Concepts said...

Thank you so much for keeping this blog. Mass media is helpful, but your blog is heartening and truly tells the story of a real place with real people.

Our thoughts and prayers from Central California are with you and and the people in the communities you live and serve

7:15 PM  
Blogger Raven said...

God. I was just in the gulf last May. We stayed in Slidell and drove along the coast over to FL so we could say we had been to all those states. We are at a little catfish place in Waveland that is gone now. No more riverboat casinos either. This just tears me up inside all the way up here in MN. Once you visit No's, it has a place in your heart.

7:17 PM  
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9:51 PM  
Blogger Reverend Sharon said...

great pics. Keep them coming our way.

9:54 PM  
Blogger funkysmell said...

thanks 4 the pics

11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those were nice pics. It captures the real situation. But tragic to those people.

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Blogger Renewed Republican said...

Great pictures, I travel in this area all the time. I have a feeling you can take a camera and choose to point it anywhere in a 360 degree arc and show us better than what we are seeing in the traditional media. Keep it up.
However, I think we might looking at this in the wrong way.. I think you have to look at it like Iraq and think of the potential money making opportunities. When you pump $50B into an area like this, if you know the right people, you can't help but to make money. If you doubt me, ask Joe Allbaugh he used to work for FEMA.

6:24 AM  
Blogger ONHOLiDAY said...

wow, those are nice pictures.

9:27 AM  
Blogger CobaltBlue said...

Oh my, I can't really imagine what people are going through. I am so upset with it all. I've been watching since the storm began and I can't keep my eyes off the TV. I don't usually but this is History! You've done a wonderful job of documenting what you are experiencing and I am so sorry for all that has happened. My prayers are with you and all of those who have suffered.

10:13 AM  
Blogger Corinna Hasofferett said...

Real Peple, hopefully whole, although so much changed by this terrible experience.

10:22 AM  
Blogger runlolarun said...

I think it's interesting that the word "church" is left intact while the First Baptist is damaged. Maybe someone is trying to say that no matter what's put before it, this is still a church and they are all connected.

Also, I've linked your site on my blog as I visit here every day and hope others will do so as well.

10:31 AM  
Blogger lostbutsaved said...

WOW! thanks for sharing those pictures. They are so powerful and say so much about whats going on. You are awsome!!!!!!!!!!! Oh love the picture of you

11:16 AM  
Anonymous ms said...

wow glad you survived the hurricane and such good pics!keep it up!

10:32 PM  
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10:39 PM  
Blogger mastersniffy said...

helo agien !goodpic!im ratein your blog 10/ ms and my team mates name is eb

10:48 PM  
Blogger spence said...

The photographs tell a story that no newscaster could ever tell. I only hope the government can help alleviate some of the horror that these Americans have suffered through.

11:38 AM  
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