Another victim of Hurricane Katrina (2005), an abandoned motel. The remnants of the building is on pillions about 10 feet (3 meters) tall. This demonstrates that buildings on the causeway across Mobile Bay in Mobile, AL, on pillions or not, are susceptible to a hurricane’s fury.
I feel that Pepsi did not want their machine back. It is beginning to show the effects of no attention and weather.
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Remnants of another building destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in Mobile, AL. Mother nature is in the process of reclaiming the abandoned building’s site along Mobile Bay.
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abandoned building damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
An understanding of geometric patterns in building construction. This particular building was abandoned after receiving significant damage from Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Building located on the causeway in Mobile, Alabama.
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The impact of Hurricane Katrina is still readily apparent in this image of a former seafood processing plant six and half years later.
This building is the closest structure to the Gulf of Mexico and still standing in Bayou La Batre, Alabama.
You can see the how high the water rose by the way the lower sheet metal panels on the building are bent inwards. The height of the water was approximately 10 feet (3 meters) above the ground.
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A casualty of Hurricane Katrina, this boat lies abandoned and forgotten. Falling to the unrelenting elements, the boat lies in a little bayou connected to Mobile Bay, Alabama.