Monday, July 6, 2009

The hurricane effect



These photos were taken at John Lloyd State Park in Dania, Florida a few years back after one of our hurricanes. They show the erosion and other damage that a hurricane does to Florida beaches.

6 comments:

Halcyon said...

I wish I could find some photos of Destin before it got "tourist-ified". I hear it was pretty cute back then. Although I still enjoy it now!

Frankie / Nick said...

Florida is such a beautiful state, one of our favorites. We are truly devastated when we hear of the tragedies that are caused by those ongoing hurricanes.

Cindy said...

Interesting to see what's left after a hurricane comes through. Looks like a once beautiful beach. I hope it's looking better today.

JM said...

Impressive shots!
I've been in Antigua Island five years after a big hurricane and I was amazed with the still visible effects after such a long time!

cieldequimper said...

It's sad but it's life.

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Impressive pictures! It must be pretty scary to experience such a hurricane.