The picture on the left shows
the jumbled mess of a Hurricane Katrina residential neighborhood
destroyed home. Part of the roof on top of the kitchen sink,
2x4 studs and 4x8 beams, pipes, furniture, clothes, papers, toys,
all piled up on it's concrete foundation.
The picture on the right shows
part of a residential neighborhood obliterated by the Storm Surge
of Hurricane Katrina. It's nearly impossible to accurately identify
anything in the picture except a bent electric power pole, trees,
a water or sewer pipe, a barrel, and what looks like a bathroom
sink. There is standing water on the ground. This was not caused
by Hurricane Katrina, but by a thunderstorm several weeks after
Katrina. The Storm Surge of Katrina would have resulted in water
higher than the break point in the tree behind the bent power
pole. This also means the water would have been over the roofs
of the homes in the background.