A home along Shrimpers Row in Dulac, Louisiana, about 70 miles southwest of New Orleans. This area was hit hard by Hurricane Rita's storm surge and many residents have water and mud in their houses.
A beached boat along Shrimpers Row in Dulac, Louisiana. Much of the population here relies on their boats for livelihood in this area.
Jenny Trosclair, who slipped and hurt herself when she entered her mud-soiled home, stands on her parents' porch.
Jenny Trosclair's kitchen after Hurricane Rita.
An oil drum lays in a ditch in front of Jenny Trosclair's parents' home.
A relief truck from the Common Ground Collective in the Algiers neighborhood of New Orleans drops off supplies to needy residents in the parking lot of the Dulac Family Dollar.
Many homes in the Dulac area are not livable after Hurricane Rita. Some people are staying with family or friends nearby; others camp out in their yards.
All along roads in the area damaged by Hurricane Rita, people threw out furniture and other possessions ruined by the flood waters.