Hurricane Katrina Pictures

Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Pictures from Hurricane Katrina





















































A few of the many pictures from Hurricane Katrina
This site has pictures from Hurricane Katrina. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of those injured or killed in one of the biggest natural disasters in American history.

Thanks everyone for visiting my site. Please email any pictures from Hurricane Katrina to add at paul@webdevaz.com

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More pictures of Hurricane Katrina here

Hurricane Katrina Tribute

A video of before, during and after Hurricane Katrina- By Charlie London excelsior@mindspring.com

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From: ajmcleod@telus.net [mailto:ajmcleod@telus.net]
Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 2:03 AM
To: paul@webdevaz.com
Subject: katrina


SIMPLY UNBELIEVABLE PICTURES. WE IN CANADA GIVE OUR SYMPATHY TO OUR NEIGHBORS THE USA. THANKS.

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From: lynnie i [mailto:heather_698@hotmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 11, 2005 12:18 PM

from newfoundland canada..........

I am just one small person with a big heart wishing that I could help.

god bless all of them

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Pat Gunkel [aicirtap2235pg@msn.com]

Thanks for the pictures. Even though I live where it all happened since I
had no TV or computer until today, Sept 18. Living here through this
is indescribable. Family, friends, neighbors are suffering like you would not
beleive. My son and his family almost lost their lives. Spending
eight hours in the attic watching the water rise and not being able
to get out the water came in so fast. Most people are still in
survival state and have too much to do to feel anything. I can't
thank this country enough for the help people all over are giving
us.

HURRICANE KATRINA RELIEF FUND


57 Comments:

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    By Blogger Trade Stocks, at 2:10 PM  

  • I love how everything becomes Bush's fault, my dog peed on my rug, BUSH's FAULT! God created a hurricane that tour apart a poorly built city BUSH's FAULT! People start shooting the national guard for helping them BUSH's FAULT, yet a hurricane with the same ammount of power can hit south florida and people complain about they have to go 5 miles for ice instead of only 2

    By Blogger tekeyman, at 10:16 AM  

  • Great collection of pictures.

    It's a shame those people have to go through what they are going through right now. I hope there is an investigation into this whole ordeal and President Bush is jailed.

    Everyone knew those levees could only handle a category 3 type Hurricane and this was known to be a category 5 storm like a week before it actually hit- Deffinately the most evil red neck racist president in American history.

    Hardcore George Bush fans, open your eyes and stop being ignorant. This guy has screwed up so many times and now it's cost thousands of people their lives. How can he fight the war on terror when he can't even protect his own American citizens on US soil? Instead of saying, "Oh, the left hates the president no matter what". Try reading something besides Fox news and you might actually learn something.

    By Blogger NetSkrill, at 10:37 AM  

  • I agree with Tekeyman. I feel for all of those whose lives have been forever changed by Katrina, but come on. I assume Netskrill has a better plan for getting billions of dollars of supplies and millions upon millions of manpower sent to an area that is flooded at the exact moment when the hurricane hit. If the people can't get out, how are we to get in? Would you sacrifice the lives of the rescue teams on the chance that they might be able to get a few out? Are their lives not as important? I think everyone involved - national guard, red cross, and yes Bush, have done and will continue to do all they can to help the thousands of people who are stranded. Maybe you should quit wathcing only CNN and put as much attention into helping these people as you do in watching and criticizing Bush. Have you helped?

    By Blogger Tiff, at 11:22 PM  

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    By Blogger Gilbert Homes, at 11:57 PM  

  • They had a week to get those poor people out before the storm hit. Those people didn't have the money to get out. Those people live paycheck to paycheck. Now when Bush gets help to them 5 days later republicans say that he did his best. This is Bull Shit.
    Those people are not his base. In his eyes they have no reason to be saved. He was briefed about the levees in New Orleans not being able to hold anything more than a category 3 storm. George Bush ruined FEMA and now he's killed what could be thousands of innocent lives by not acting quicker. Maybe he could have gotten more help to them from American troops if they were'nt all over in Iraq fighting an unnecessary war.

    George Bush needs to be jailed.

    By Blogger Gilbert Homes, at 11:58 PM  

  • Bush has nothing to do with FEMA, and you cant send the national guard in till you have places for them to stay, and food for them too, come on guys use your heads

    By Blogger tekeyman, at 8:34 AM  

  • FEMA has been in Florida for the past 2 weeks also cleaning up from what it did there also. Oh, and the pre-evacuation of the city is the cities responsibility, if Florida can do it, LA should be able to do it also considering there’s more people there. But the Mayor who runs the city cooks up good ideas like, "The levees broken? No Problem, we will just dump some sandbags there." They must not have one engineer on there EMA. Oh and this whole Levee committee went out and bought an airplane, a casino, some nice vacations, but didn’t think about making there levee any better.

    By Blogger tekeyman, at 8:41 AM  

  • "Bush has nothing to do with FEMA"

    Well, not directly, since he moved FEMA from being a cabinet position to being under his new cabinet position of Homeland Security. However, since it is still under his cabinet, Bush could have something to do with FEMA if he wanted to.

    But Bush is a "War President"/Vacation President. It is entirely plausible that he has had nothing to do with FEMA. After all, he did slash funding for levees.

    By Blogger Jerry57, at 5:53 PM  

  • Blame Bush for everything if it makes you feel better.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:48 PM  

  • terrific job on the pictures. sorry to see all the devastaion, but reality is just that. thank you.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:27 AM  

  • AWESOME JOB ON THE PICTURES!!! It really puts life into perspective and how fragile everything really is.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:55 PM  

  • Jerry57 is correct. Bush destroying our great nation and he should be assassinated for that.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:39 PM  

  • You know, Bush did not have control of the hurricane, but lets see reporters were staying in New Orleans and several of them said that they were able to get in and out. Supplies did not reach the people in New Orleans until almost 5 days later. Oh and when did that happen? Why just before George Bush was to go and tour these areas! Coincidence I think NOT. He knew if he got there before food and water got there it would be a big mistake! I mean you can not tell me that in America we should have to watch while people die on the streets begging for help. There were ways to get supplies to these people, we are one of the most advanced countries, and yet we absolutely dropped the ball. I think that these have been sad days in America. When we stand by and watch our people lay dead in the streets. God help us! Oh and by the way I keep hearing Bush cut his vacation short because of the devastation, too bad, that is the price you pay when you are the PRESIDENT OF THE USA! There is a reason his approval ratings are so low and it is because he let our people down.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:17 AM  

  • I don't understand why everyone wants to point their finger at our president. "What are you doing to help???" What did you do to help before hand? Bush is one man, he is not God. God is the one everybody should be calling on. He is the one with all the answers. I thank God for our president and what he is doing for our country. If people knew 5 days before Katrina hit that it would be this bad, why didn't they do something to help themselves?? I come from a poor family myself, but there's jobs everywhere if you want to work. Why do you think so many mexicans are coming to the US? because they will work. most of us just want a hand out, want someone else to do the work and someone else to blame. Instead of blaming someone why don't you pray for the people, our president and our country as a whole. God don't like mummering, but you can get his attention with thanksgiving and prayer!!!!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:41 PM  

  • God we stand before you as a country that has left you out, left you behind and tried to do away with everyting that has mention of you or anything that you stand for. Please forgive us. We come to you with a humble heart full of thanks for all the lives that you did spare, and we pray for the families that have lost loved ones, lost their families, and lost their homes. We ask that you get all the glory from this storm. That people will wake up and realize that you are God of all. That you are what they need, more than anyting else. forgive us of our sins as a nation and restore us lord. Your word says : If my people which are called by my name will humble themselves, turn from their wicked ways and seek you face then will You heal their land. God we need healing. Help us to believe, and trust in you and your wonderful love. God heal us as a nation. "IN GOD WE TRUST' 'ONE NATION UNDER GOD' Help us to put you back into our lives, our schools, our homes and our nation.
    God Bless The USA
    and all who are in it

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:53 PM  

  • I feel real bad for all those people but Bush didn't cause the hurricane. If people couldn't get out how are we to get in. They had warning to leave and alot did not. Maybe because they couldn't afford to. I understand that, but what about all those school buses that we sitting there that got flooded. The Mayor ect. could have helped by using those to get alot of people out. Everyone is looking to blame someone because of their own stupidity. I truely do feel for those people though.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:32 PM  

  • Bush is responsible for the agencies of the federal government. He essentially disabled FEMA by moving it under Homeland Security. He appointed Brown and all of the other top executives at FEMA who have no emergency services background but were appointed as a thank you for working on Bush's campaign. Anyone who believes he is not responsible is burying their head in the sand. I always say people like that who are 100% behind the president no matter how many bad decisions he makes would have made good soldiers in Hitlers army because they never question anything leadership in this country does and they defend Bush no matter how obvious it becomes they he is wrong. The strand of thought among the Bush lovers here is how could help get in if people couldn't get out?? Are you people really that stupid? People could not get out without cars or gas for their cars. We could certainly have sent in helicopters to drop food and water to those folks at the convention center who were starving and dying. Everyone who lost a loved one as a result of the governments inaction and incompetency should sue Bush and his cronies at FEMA. They are responsible for the lives that were lost after the storm.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:00 AM  

  • "I always say people like that who are 100% behind the president no matter how many bad decisions he makes would have made good soldiers in Hitlers army ............they defend Bush no matter how obvious it becomes that he is wrong."


    AGREED!! WAKE UP BUSH FANS - you f---- MORONS!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:20 PM  

  • GREAT PICTURES BY THE WAY, I'M PASSING THIS LINK ONTO MY FRIENDS AND FAMILY-

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:21 PM  

  • Were all Americans here. Why don't you quit playing the blame game and help. It's obvious that you hate President Bush but your hatred drives you to condem him and not pitch in and help. Why don't you have the courage to present the real facts? I will pray for you anyway.

    By Blogger usunite, at 7:18 AM  

  • Poor misguided souls. Your hatred of President Bush drives you to lash out instead of help out. You don't have the courage to face real facts but to condem. It's a blessing that people like you are not in charge so we can save you from yourself. I will pray for you anyway.

    By Blogger usunite, at 7:22 AM  

  • You dumb@sses. Ever heard of the concept 'popular sovereignty'? Move the FSCK out if you don't like Bush or his majority fanbase. Stop fscking complaining. Your fellow Americans voted him in office. TWICE, people, TWICE. TWO TIMES IN A ROW. And stop blaming Bush, that city was destined to fall anyway. Majority population depending on wellfare, then there's Mardi Gras and casinos and drug trafficking, WHO CARES?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:39 PM  

  • That last comment sounds exactly like the average George Bush supporter. You don't even need to say anything to make them look bad because they do it for themselves. How can you ague with someone with that kind of mentality?

    Ignorant, ignorant fools.........

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:37 AM  

  • popular sovereignty???!!! YOU F--- IDIOT!! That's how Hilter got everyone to kill the jews, you Nazi!

    Don't question anything Bush does because he's the president of the United States. The only reason he is president is because enough nazis like you voted for him.

    He's not my redneck, racist, evil, bible huggin, blood for oil so called president.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:43 AM  

  • The devastion from Katrina is unimaginable even from media coverage and pictures. To those of you complaining--are you helping? IF not stop complaining--I don't agree with how this was handled either but what do you do when most of the residents were poor with no way to heed the evacuation orders?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:56 AM  

  • Award winning pictures! I speak this with sincerity as tears swell my eyes. This is something out of a storybook. It is hard to imagine what has happened, until you meet an actualy survivor from Katrinas wrath. These pictures speak the truth for thousands of victims.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:27 AM  

  • I love New Orleans even though I have never been there because im only 16 but i love the pic you got want to see more soon love ya oh girl

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:41 AM  

  • it really is all busheds fault ya know!!!!!!!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:42 AM  

  • y r u guys blaming bush he cant help that katrina hit new orleans ...yeaa theres poor people in new orleans but he does the best that he can do everyday 24-7 and STOP saying bush is the worst president, he isnt,hes one of the best we've had so far...were would we be right now if he wasnt here through 9/11 also threw the war with iraq?!?!.... witch is still going on. so stop blaming him 4 everything!!!!!!:/

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:45 AM  

  • Bush is a peice of shit, racist, evil, worst president ever and should be thrown in prison.

    You people that love Bush are fucking idiots.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:09 PM  

  • These pictures are just incredible. My heart goes out to everyone hit by this devastation. It just doesn't seem fair to see so many of our brothers and sisters suffering so much.

    I read that Bush begged the governor and mayor of LA to let him send in troops BEFORE the hurricane, but both refused to let them come. I'm not sure if it's true, but I also read that Federal law prohibits the deployment of troops to any state for any reason other than war, without the permission of that state's governor.

    Instead of blaming Bush, I'd like someone to ask the local government why they didn't try harder to evacuate people? I saw school buses under water, couldn't they have been used to move people to safety before the hurricane hit?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:39 PM  

  • The hurricane was not Bushes fault. The stuff that happened after may or may not have been his fault but not his alone. You have the Mayor of N.O. that didnt seem to do a whole hell of alot either. This was going to happen in NO whether it be now or it be 10 years from now it was destined to happen. So put the blame on several people if you must but the only thing to do now is to HELP these people anyway we can to rebuild and get their lives back together and as normal as much as possible.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:00 PM  

  • Great job! Some of the "actual storm" pics are not from katrina though.

    By Blogger Mike Dammann, at 11:18 AM  

  • All of u that r critizing Bush:
    Why dont u get off ur sorry @sses and help people its done and over with, and now is the time to help so why dont u stop talking about some thing u and i know nothin about! u couldnt have stoped it so shut the h*ell up and growup cus i dont know about u but i stoped blaming people along time ago. UR STUPID!!!!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:05 AM  

  • ""tekeyman said...
    I love how everything becomes Bush's fault, my dog peed on my rug, BUSH's FAULT! God created a hurricane that tour apart a poorly built city BUSH's FAULT! People start shooting the national guard for helping them BUSH's FAULT, yet a hurricane with the same ammount of power can hit south florida and people complain about they have to go 5 miles for ice instead of only 2

    10:16 AM """

    ^ i totally agree with you... i hate how everyone is blamming Bush!!! and saying he needs to go to jail.. and all this other crap. It's not Bush's fault at all people... God created the hurricane katrina to destruct this poorly built city, why? mabey becuase it was so evil... but we do not know for sure... only God knows.. and He is in control..and everything happens for a reason!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:46 AM  

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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:40 PM  

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  • Bush, Blanco, Nagin??? "all a joke"
    Not any of those so called leaders were prepared for the worst natural disaster to hit the US. Or anything else for that mtter..only won office due to popularity vote or scandal....However, it is really a disgrace how from the President on down to Nagin, cannot solve this problem. This is SUPPOSE to be the greatest country (that's a joke). I beg to differ. The way we treat our own people is a damn shame. Ever since dumb BUSH has been in office the US has turned into a joke!!!! have you ever wondered why 911, Iraqi Situation, Hurricane Katrina etc. happened under Bush's watch. Well it is Because he is EVIL. New Orleans can be rebuilt....If New Orleans was predominately caucasian, that city would be up and running, hell, it would not have even flooded. They call it ethnic cleansing?? yeah right we'll see. Just wait until FEMA assistance ends, those same unwanted black folks that "THEY" called themselves running out, WILL RETURN!!!! Please believe me....

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:48 PM  

  • Honestly, New Orleans would have been fine if it wasn't for the leeves. The hurricane turned EAST at the last minute and slammed into Southwest Mississippi, but are we hearing anything about us Mississippians? NO! Sure there were a couple MS pictures at the end, but I and everyone else from MS are really upset that New Orleans is getting all the coverage. Mississippi towns and cities like Bay St. Louis, Long Beach, Waveland, Pass Christian have been wiped off the map, literally, and does anyone care? No, because it's not New Orleans.
    Lifetime residents of Gulfport and Biloxi get lost now because all the landmarks are GONE. Schools were destroyed, so many students, elementary through college were displaced, and no one cares. The Mississippi Gulf Coast will NEVER be as it was, too much was lost. New Orleans will, for now. Katrina did not destroy New Orleans like it did MS. And more people need to realize the damage done in MS. I'm not saying that New Orleans wasn't damaged, obviously it was, but MS got it worse.
    I know because I lived in Biloxi until we had to move because of Katrina and what it did to our lives there. I also know what New Orleans is like, having visited the city many many times, and as sad as it is, I hope that New Orleans comes out better after this storm. I hope it has cleansed some of the grime that made up a majority of the city streets. I hope the local government will be better, I hope the people that live there will be better. Everyone knew the storm was coming. Everyone saw that it had reached Cat. 5 status, and only the stupid stayed. I know people that stayed, saying it can't be worse than Camille. It was. Camille brought 6 inches of water into the same house that Katrina brought 12 feet of water in. I told those people that they were stupid for staying. They agreed. If people had the ability to leave and they didn't, it's there own fault. If they didn't have the ability to leave and they wanted to, it's the local government's fault because it's there job to set up evacuation opportunities.
    I've lived in Hurricane Country for almost 20 years, and I can tell you what it's like really.

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  • i just arrived back from arabi, louisiana and it's full of sadness down there. you cant even start to describe in words the destruction that has taken placeeveryone thinks that it's all hunky dory because it's not getting any more attention from the media but boy is it far from over. you think you've seen it all??.....think again..my heart goes out to all of the people who i met and didnt have the honor to meet during my stay. god bless you all

    By Anonymous Bear, at 9:49 PM  

  • Its ashame that those leeves were not fix in better condition before katrina. Hey were is our money going and do the government and president care about our safety in America or over seas. Black, white, asian, latino, young, old, the poor and the poor should have been helped. Its our votes they get and they should us what we were really worth. These pictures make me cry and the way my old school was flooded made me cry even wrose. you know whats that hardest emotion i went through was when i found out that there were still students at my school, Dillard University stuck on the second floor. Yes katrina did this, but what could have been avoided was the aftermath. The dieing of people, police brutality and their stilling, the raping of females from the age of 4 on up. T

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:12 PM  

  • Ahhhh stop complaining Bush cant do everything right....... just keep praying

    By Anonymous yiannio, at 1:35 PM  

  • I can't believe those pictures that is so sad what happen down there. I just got back on a mission trip from down there today and it is amazing to see what a come back they have made! My prayers go out to the people down there.

    By Anonymous Chris Dunn, at 7:14 PM  

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  • *ricAngus said...

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    By Blogger jacob, at 9:28 PM  

  • I'm sorry for what happened to those poor people! I don't know why. People of the world DON'T come together and help like brothers and sisters! I'm not Christian, I'm white, I'M Canadian. I haven't been touched physically by this' but i have been touched emotionally. What can we do so that when this happens, we can all come together and help each other as one! All those poor people!Thanks for nothing BUSH!

    By Anonymous JEAN, at 9:47 AM  

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