June 28th, 2010
03:00 PM ET

Field Report: Photo Gallery of visit to Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

Nicole Dow

Road Trip with General Honore
I traveled to Plaquemines Parish with General Honore to see parts of the Gulf Coast firsthand. We made it to the area's lowest point, where sea and land levels meet, and saw some cool things along the way.

Historic Fort Jackson, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

The Mississippi River at Fort Jackson, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

The Mississippi River in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2010/images/06/28/cimg2706.copy.jpg caption="Helicopter airlift in progress, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana" width=292 height=320]

On the road in Venice, Louisiana (we got to the point where the land and sea levels meet!)

Marshlands in Venice, Louisiana. It is hoped that the oil will not reach this area.

Trees in the marshlands in Venice, Louisiana

Fishing boats in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

Traditional Louisiana shrimping boat

Filed under: Gulf Oil Spill
soundoff (5 Responses)
  1. Annie Kate

    Wonderful pictures especially of the marshland. I do hope the oil does NOT get to this place. You said you toured the place with General Honore – is there any chance he will be working on the oil spill mess and helping to get it completed more quickly, especially in the areas of wildlife rescue and spill cleanup? Its such a huge project that I'm sure Thad Allen could use the help.

    June 28, 2010 at 7:08 pm |
  2. Dee

    Anderson, my T.V. is still broken. Keep up the good work x

    June 28, 2010 at 3:54 pm |
  3. Angela

    Nice pics!!! Good to know that you're enjoying yourself. Have a beautiful day!!!

    Sacramento, CA

    June 28, 2010 at 3:35 pm |
  4. Marlene

    Thanks for sharing this. It's a beautiful place! Hasn't the spill already reached some areas here? Maybe I'm mistaken. I HOPE I am.

    June 28, 2010 at 3:33 pm |
  5. Michael

    Let's hope that it doesn't reach this area. It still astounds me, day after day, week after week, now month after month, that with all the brilliant minds on this planet, that BP will not enlist some of them to CAP or FIX this issue. When does it become at such a high level of a national security breach, that we take over this floating ticking time bomb? Really, it is a threat to National Security, because if this cannot be stopped the seafood industry and the ecological impact will send our country and economy back two years ago, right back where we were when the financial markets crashed! This is NOT good!

    June 28, 2010 at 3:15 pm |

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