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A decaying horse caught in a tree six months after hurricane Katrina. .Plaquemines Parish took the most heavy damage from hurricane Katrina. Located south of New Orleans, Plaquemines Parish had a large Shrimping fisherman community which was completely destroyed by Katrina. It is just starting to rebound six months after Katrina.
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A decaying horse caught in a tree six months after hurricane Katrina. .Plaquemines Parish took the most heavy damage from hurricane Katrina. Located south of New Orleans, Plaquemines Parish had a large Shrimping fisherman community which was completely destroyed by Katrina. It is just starting to rebound six months after Katrina.

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  • Copyright Ted Soqui c 2006
  • Location: Plaquemines Parish Louisiana USA
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  • Author: Ted Soqui Photography
  • Credit: Ted Soqui
  • Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana.
  • PhotoShelter ID: I0000rOM8o7T1rqg

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