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Alvaro Villa’s “Five Days with Katrina”

Today at work I received a link to an astounding photo essay of the day-by-day effects of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans. It was created by Alvaro Villa, a trapped resident of the French Quarter, and includes an ongoing narrative of the situation, as it grew worse and worse.

I don’t know how long this link will last, but while it does, have a look at this one New Orleanian’s experience: Five Days with Katrina. It’s a true insider’s perspective on the tragic events that unfolded in Louisiana last week.

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Michael Thaddeus Doyle

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