Remembering Hurricane Katrina in Photographs: A Grave Situation in Biloxi, 2005

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    Many of the old live oak trees were stripped of most of their evergreen leaves and hanging moss as the bright sun shone down on Old Biloxi Cemetery on the north side of Beach Boulevard, which is part of United States Highway 90 in Biloxi; and many of the headstones which marked the grave sites for decades were either toppled or broken into pieces as a result of enduring the brutal brunt of the rushing floodwaters and sustained winds of up to 120 miles per hour of Hurricane Katrina ten years ago. Rusted fences were twisted; iron chains were haphazardly strewn about; grave sites themselves were... The post Remembering Hurricane Katrina in Photographs: A Grave Situation in Biloxi, 2005 appeared first on The Gate.

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