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A boat ruined during Hurricane Andrew, surrounded by hundreds of fish killed during the storm in Louisiana.

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A boat run aground during Hurricane Andrew near the coast of central Louisiana.

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After Hurricane Andrew, thousands of fish lie dead along a barrier island off the coast of Central Louisiana.

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After Hurricane Andrew, thousands of fish lie dead along a barrier island off the coast of Central Louisiana.

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After Hurricane Andrew, thousands of fish lie dead along a barrier island off the coast of Central Louisiana.

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After Hurricane Andrew, thousands of fish lie dead along a barrier island off the coast of Central Louisiana.

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After Hurricane Andrew, thousands of fish lie dead along a barrier island off the coast of Central Louisiana.

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The king and queen of the Morgan City LA Shrimp Festival (part of the Blessing of the Fleet) wave to the crowd.

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Tuffany Cutrone, crown princess in the Morgan City LA Shrimp Festival (part of the Blessing of the Fleet), waves to the crowd.

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A former king and queen of the Morgan City LA Shrimp Festival (part of the Blessing of the Fleet), toss candy to the crowd.

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Father Michael Guidry, LA, blesses passing boats at the Blessing of the Fleet in Morgan City, LA.

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Crawfish being prepared in Pierre Part in Louisiana’s bayou country.

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Ferdinand Ponvelle, a Cajun resident of Thibodaux, LA, plays with his daughter at a Sunday crawfish boil.

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Ferdinand Ponvelle, a Cajun resident of Thibodaux, LA, at a Sunday crawfish boil.

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Ferdinand Ponvelle, a Cajun resident of Thibodaux, LA, laughs at a Sunday crawfish boil.

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Crawfish being prepared in Pierre Part in Louisiana’s bayoucountry.

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Crawfish being prepared in Pierre Part in Louisiana’s bayoucountry.

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Tomb painter Charles Simma walks with his wheelbarrow amid the raised tombs of Greenwood Cemetary in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Specialists train to fight oil refinery fires in Louisiana.

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