Texas, Louisiana. September 2005.
One month after the passing of Katrina, debris and abandoned cars haunt the streets of New Orleans.
Its inhabitants had fled the city. Today some of them return to their homes and often find nothing worth the sorrow of having been spared.
Floods of dirty water, coming from a score of sewage plants, continue to sweep the city. It is estimated that 160 000 homes have sustained irreparable damage.
On september 24, some weeks after Katrina, Rita arrived off the coasts of the Gulf of Mexico. In a few hours, she had an-nihilated a region situated farther west, between Texas and Louisiana.