I was In the vicinity Of Gulfport, Miss. about 18 months after hurricane Katrina hit. Gulfport was a town that my wife and I had spent several three or four days trips at a time coming and going across the United States. We were very fond of the town,so we wanted to see how bad the storm had damaged it. Being a photographer – I took many pictures of the devastation. This is really Abandonment to the extreme.
Hurricane Katrina on August 29,2005 leaving 238 people dead, 67 missing in the
Gulf coast of Mississippi and billions of dollars in damages.
A house being rebuilt after Katrina in Gulfport,Mississippi. Compared to the devastation, this is definitely renewal. Hopefully people in Hurricane Sandy can move along faster then it is now and faster than it took Katrina. This photo was shot 18 months after the storm.
Renewing a slice of the dock in Savannah,Georgia on the Savannah River. It took a crane boat to put this square block of concrete in it’s place you can see it in the lower right corner of the photo. There is several men (dock workers’) trying to work it into place.
Let your feet feel renewed, comfortable and warm with these puppies.
Last, recover some of your space or renew your space. Let your imagination figure out how to use this space.