|Hurricane Katrina: Collected Images.
||[Sep. 16th, 2005|03:00 am]
Over the last few days, I have watched a number of news reports on Katrina.
I collected images, and I put together a collage of this natural disaster.
At the moment, it's a rough collage, but it captures quite a bit of the storm.
Here is the link to the Katrina Collage file. It's almost 3.7 megs. Dial-ups beware.
If there are any errors in spelling or otherwise, then I apologize.
Update, Tuesday, September 20th, 6:45 PM EST:
If I've appeared jovial to anyone affected by the hurricanes that have hit the southeast United States, know that I have relatives that exist in the area of Louisiana and Mississippi. I try to make some light of the upset in the region, knowing quite well that when faced with dire circumstances, sometimes the only relief stems from a moment of comedy. I am quite aware of the situation, and my heart sinks to note the chance of Rita's impact path. It appears to hold a course for the coast which has already featured great destruction from Katrina. I hope all those who are still in the area take extra care with the approach of Rita because the Gulf acts as a natural source of strength for a hurricane.