Ed Driscoll

God's Eye View

If you’re reading this via broadband, click here for a large, detailed aerial view of New Orleans, post-Katrina. Found via The Corner, where Byron York writes:

This is the best aerial photo of New Orleans that I have seen. It shows the vast areas that are underwater, shows the Superdome, and shows that the area most tourists are familiar with, the French Quarter, appears largely dry.

That’s reassuring–getting tourists back will be vital for New Orleans’ rebuilding.

Update: In comparison, here’s an overhead “before” photo.