Seeing Is Believing

Vallbona, Nuri
December 2005
Nieman Reports;Winter2005, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p45
The article recounts the author's experience photographing the destruction left by Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi and New Orleans, Louisiana in 2005. It describes the damages caused by the hurricane. It cites the facilities destroyed by the hurricane. It explores the experiences of hurricane survivors in Mississippi.


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