Three websites to check out:
The Psychogeographic Guide to the City of New Orleans
The photographs posted to this site were taken during the winter of 2006, roughly from early December through Mardi Gras (late February). At the beginning of that time, homes in flooded areas were mostly not reoccupied. The city streets had been cleared of debris, but flooded cars were everywhere, and by the side of the street, houses were littered with broken branches, overturned cars, swamp grass, and stranded boats.
Recent aerial photographs of Louisiana's wetlands are evidence of the damage done by oil and gas companies throughout the decades.
taken by Clay over at noladishu
Clancy DuBos talks about the New Orleans Culture front in the May 29th Gambit.