Harsh Piano

Originally uploaded by Editor B

Harsh Piano
New orleans
Editor B


clearview faintly

Originally uploaded by OSTROM ETERNAL

she was just a passerby to a boy on a bar stool. Uptown, New Orleans 2004.

Isle De Jean Charles – Terrebone Parish-43

Originally uploaded by Preservation Resource Center, Advocacy Department

Isle de Jean Charles lies 80 miles southwest of New Orleans and is home to Cajuns and members of the Biloxi-Chitimacha Tribe, related to the Choctaws and part of the larger Federation of Muskogees. The island was battered by 9 foot storm surges during hurricanes Gustav and Ike and the majority of homes have not been rebuilt. The sensee of pride in the small community remains strong.

Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw of Louisiana:www.biloxi-chitimacha.com/

Short documentary on Isle de Jean Charles: vimeo.com/7356344

Houma Nation: http://www.vuvox.com/collage/detail/06bf10539?i tem=1470

Article – Oil threatens French-speaking Cajuns, native Choctaw: http://www.terradaily.com/afp/100520013827.7pds w206.html

Bohemian – Plaquesmines Parish – Louisiana-22

Originally uploaded by Preservation Resource Center, Advocacy Department

Michelle B Kimball photorapher
-this is Bohemian, Plaquemine’s Parish
on the Gulf Coast

a beautiful landscape, almost a paradise,
i hate to think that what will beĀ  the future now.
Save the Gulf Coast, the wetlands of Louisiana and a way of life

Lafitte – Jefferson Parish-70

Originally uploaded by Preservation Resource Center, Advocacy Department

Lafitte – Jefferson Parish-70
Michelle Babette Kimball

photographs for Preservation and Gulf Coast

Krewe du Vieux 2010

Originally uploaded by M Styborski

Ohhh, I’m too tired to add specifics. Tag ’em if ya’ in ’em!

L1650577rq Skeletonkrewe

Originally uploaded by jeff lamb

skeletonkrewe documents New Orleans
last year as Gustav approaches, and continues a series
of fine work commemorating the 4th anniversay of Katrina,
the slide show,