"Oh..my...the photographs are fantastic... I am deeply touched."
- Anne Milling, Women of the Storm
"Beauty in sorrow is an amazing thing to capture... You have the vision that most people try for all their lives."
- Phyllis Montana Leblanc, author of Not Just the Levees Broke
"...your story telling ability is incredible, and the personal way Katrina touched you shows through, humor and all." - Phillip Colwart, Photographer
"Long’s pictorial efforts to reconcile his Katrina experiences seems like another firm step on the road to rebuilding." - Rachael Upton, 225 Baton Rouge Magazine
"the book is wonderful." -
Russel Honore´, Lt. General, US Army, Retired
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Katrina Days is George’s intimate portrait of life in and around New Orleans during the two tumultuous years immediately following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Filled with more than eighty full-color photographs, Katrina Days depicts images of Hurricane Katrina’s massive trail of destruction along with people trying hard to adjust to the uncertainty in their lives.
George's photographic perspective as a New Orleans insider offers an uncompromising view of pain, loss, and total frustration balanced with humor and hope for America’s most authentic and soulful city.
Hardcover - 84 pages,
signed by the author - $35 (includes s&h)
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Softcover - 84 pages, signed by the author - $25 (includes s&h)
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