The following are assorted pictures taken in New Orleans through the Katrina disaster and aftermath.
Search and rescue operations continue on September 22 in the area of the 17th Street Canal levee breach.
The West Gault area near the 17th Street Canal levee breach as seen on Sept. 22.
Though the waters have receeded, some areas such as this highway overpass remained flooded on September 25.
On September 29, officials re-opened New Orleans, allowing residents to return to check on their homes following Hurricane Rita's near miss.
The South Shore Harbor Marina area as seen on September 29.
Clean-up begins in the Central Business Section of New Orleans.
Residents begin the arduous task of cleaning out the flood-damaged items from their homes.
The massive damage to Charity Hospital is clearly evident in this photo taken on October 6.
A military hospital ship sits docked in New Orleans on October 7, providing much needed medical attention to the residents still remaining in the area.
This photo, taken on November 6, shows the massive damage to homes in the area of the Industrial Canal levee breach.
These pictures, taken on November 15, show that recovery has not yet even begun in the neighborhoods located near the 17th Street Canal levee.
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