Posts Tagged ‘katrina’

More Hurricane Irene… Aug. – Sept. 2011

Bridge Street is littered with downed trees, power lines, and roadway damage after flooding from the Esopus Creek in Phoenicia, NY on Wednesday, August 31, 2011. The Hamlet of Phoenicia is still without power after Tropical Storm Irene passed through the

A selection of my work on the cleanup this week after Hurricane (Tropical Storm) Irene. “Like a mini-Katrina, or so it seems in places…” ~cg. A WWII era American flag (with only 48 stars) dries in the bed of a destroyed pickup in the driveway of Virginia Mina’s flood damaged Barnes Avenue home in Washingtonville, […]

*On Covering Hurricanes "K-I-M…" (Katrina, Irene, Mitch.)


NEWBURGH, NY. A woman examines debris onshore near The River Rose, and original paddle-wheel boat moored along the flooded Hudson River waterfront in Newburgh, NY on Sunday, August 28, 2011. Hurricane Irene knocked out power from South Carolina to Maine, and parts of New York State saw more than a foot of rain. © Chet […]

"Katrina. 5 Years On…"

This week marks the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. It’s good to see that an old client of mine, AmeriCares is still getting good mileage out of an image I made while working for them in the Gulf states back in the summer of 2006, some 10 months after the hurricane. This image was actually […]

This photo has "grown legs…" July 2009

An image of mine I made back in 2006 in the Gulf Coast appears on client AmeriCares website. I’d toured the New Orleans area, as well as into Mississippi during the week I spent shooting for them back in June 2006, ten months after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast states. An image from that […]