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Storm Surge

By stevenr  
The day after the floods receded, work gets underway to repair the damage caused by Hurricane Wilma's storm surge on the seawall of Havana, which smashed through neocolonial homes and shattered fishing docks.
Rescue workers in inflatable rafts plucked scores of residents from arched patios and swirled colonnades. Cuba's government offers free housing and work materials to its citizens, but resources are thin. And, on an average salary of $15 a month, most residents find building materials prohibitively expensive.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: neonknight, Gary_Williams, ShedMan and 8 more



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19 5.2k 31 Northern Ireland
3 Nov 2005 2:17PM
looks dramatic in B & W
kaybee 18 8.5k 28 Scotland
3 Nov 2005 3:12PM
It is a peice of nonsence that the USA still has an embargo causing the poverty that exists in Cuba
shitzkit 19 147 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2005 4:28PM
captured it really well and good use of black and white well done on this
neonknight 18 1 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2005 1:31PM
Great shot nice one,John

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