In September 2008, Hurricane Ike wreaked havoc on the Bolivar Peninsula. The hurricane caused death and destruction from the Louisiana coastline and all the way south to Corpus Christi, Texas. In October 2008 I traveled along the Bolivar Peninsula documenting the damage with a set of low level aerial panoramic images.
I returned in the summer of 2017 to re-create the images and document the amount of recovery which has taken place since the devastation from 2008.
Each panoramic image displays a set of four buttons in the upper right corner. Each button will display an image from the current location at a low or high altitude and from either 2008 or 2017. Double clicking on the image will display the interactive panoramic image in full screen mode. To display a Google Map with all of the available image locations, click on the “Google Map” icon in the lower right of the image.
Double-Click on the image to open it in Full Screen!