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Deep Horizon B.P. Gulf Oil Spill(61 images)

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  • From left, a contracted security worker and a clean up worker look along the shore on June 23, 2010 in Grand Isle, LA where oil has reached land.  Both declined comment. The Deepwater Horizon and the British Petroleum oil spill has been claimed as the most damaging environmental disaster in history.
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  • Orange barriers are seen, put in place to prevent oil from further contaminating the beach on June 23, 2010 in Grand Isle, LA where oil has reached the shore. The Deepwater Horizon and the British Petroleum oil spill has been claimed as the most damaging environmental disaster in history.
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  • A cleanup worker uses a tractor to collect contaminated soil on the coast of Grand Isle, LA  on June 23, 2010 where oil has reached the shore. The Deepwater Horizon and the British Petroleum oil spill has been claimed as the most damaging environmental disaster in history.
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  • OIly water is seen on June 23, 2010 where workers have to clean up the oil spill in the gulf in Grand Isle, LA where oil has reached the shore. The Deepwater Horizon and the British Petroleum oil spill has been claimed as the most damaging environmental disaster in history.
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  • 33-year-old tattoo artist Bobby Pitre created artwork outside of the Southern Sting tattoo parlor in Larose, LA to protest the oil spill. The Deepwater Horizon and the British Petroleum oil spill has been claimed as the most damaging environmental disaster in history.
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  • A shallow water drill is seen on the highway to Grand Isle, LA on June 22, 2010. A memorandum placed by President Obama has been blocked by a federal judge in Louisiana. Opposition claim that Obama is punishing an entire industry for the actions of one company.
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  • An advertisement for Oil Spill consultation and legal advice is seen near Venice, La on June 22, 2010 where the B.P. oil spill has put many out of work.
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  • A small oil slick is seen on June 23, 2010 in Grand Isle State Park, LA where oil has reached the shore.
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  • From left, Yvonne Baker and Donna Ferguson of Maurepas, LA look on into the Gulf on June 23, 2010 in Grand Isle State Park, LA where oil has reached the shore. Ferguson and Baker own a seafood restaurant and came to Grand Isle to see what the Gulf looked like since the spill.
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  • From left, Richard and Anne Perkins of New Orleans look on into the Gulf on June 23, 2010 in Grand Isle State Park, LA where oil has reached the shore. The couple came to Grand Isle to see what effect the oil was having on the Gulf.
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  • A shrimp boat carrying oil skimmers returns to port in the Gulf on June 23, 2010 near Grand Isle, LA where oil has reached the shore.
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  • An oil well is seen at daybreak in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where oil from the B.P. oil spill has reached land.
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  • Seagulls look for fish at daybreak on June 24, 2010 where B.P. oil spill has reached land in Grand Isle, LA.
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  • A seagull eats a shrimp at daybreak on June 24, 2010 where B.P. oil spill has reached land in Grand Isle, LA.
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  • Cleanup workers get on a transportation bus in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where oil has reached land.
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  • Cleanup workers lay oil barriers in the water in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where oil has reached land.
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  • Fishermen and dockworkers sit idle at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The seafood company once was working 24 hours a day and seven days a week during shrimping season, but has reduced operating hours and mostly sells gas and ice now. The company also laid off almost 80 workers according to owner, Dean Blanchard.
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  • Fishermen and dockworkers sit idle at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The seafood company once was working 24 hours a day and seven days a week during shrimping season, but has reduced operating hours and mostly sells gas and ice now. The company also laid off almost 80 workers according to owner, Dean Blanchard.
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  • Fishermen and dockworkers load the H&R shrimp boat that at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • From left, Hung Tran, 42, and Roi-van Nguyen, 63, load the H&R shrimp boat at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • Fishermen and dockworkers load the H&R shrimp boat at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • Fisherman Hung Tran, 42 loads the H&R shrimp boat at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • After waiting for several hours shrimp finally arrive from more than 8 hours away at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The seafood company once was working 24 hours a day and seven days a week during shrimping season, but has reduced operating hours and mostly sells gas and ice now. The company also laid off almost 80 workers according to owner, Dean Blanchard.
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  • Hung Nguyen inspects her shrimp that her boat brought in from more than 8 hours away to the Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The seafood company once was working 24 hours a day and seven days a week during shrimping season, but has reduced operating hours and mostly sells gas and ice now. The company also laid off almost 80 workers according to owner, Dean Blanchard.
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  • Hung Nguyen inspects her shrimp that her boat brought in from more than 8 hours away to the Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The seafood company once was working 24 hours a day and seven days a week during shrimping season, but has reduced operating hours and mostly sells gas and ice now. The company also laid off almost 80 workers according to owner, Dean Blanchard.
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