Mandeville, Louisiana Lakefront during TS LEE (flood tropical+storm rain ). Photo by hurricanep
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Mandeville, Louisiana Lakefront during TS LEE

Uploaded by: hurricanep

Sunday September 4, 2011

7, LA

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15. Danube
7:57 AM GMT on September 08, 2011
Congratulations on your AC photo!!!!!!!
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14. minou
12:50 AM GMT on September 07, 2011
Hmm, not good. Hope there wasn't too much damage. Storms have mighty fury! Foreboding mood well captured in an excellent photograph.
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13. BEME
12:44 AM GMT on September 07, 2011
Gee Pam,,[sorry called you Elizabeth last photo..] Your name sakes are busy this year..this is a great capture!!! How do folks dare to walk in this though???? This gives a different perspective of looking down a lane onto the ocean,,it IS the ocean!! WOW!!! Awesome capture!!
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12. teach50
12:52 AM GMT on September 06, 2011
Please stay safe. Great shot.
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11. hurricanep
1:13 PM GMT on September 05, 2011
Thanks everyone. I am safe. I only walked out there ankle deep.Yes, there is the possibility of snakes and even alligators out in that flood water. The winds are suppose to change direction today and should push the water back into the lake.
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10. dixiedaughter
5:36 AM GMT on September 05, 2011
Oh Pam how terrible, stay safe and congratulations on a great weather shot!
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9. katy99780
1:44 AM GMT on September 05, 2011
Oh gawd I would be afraid to do that… what about snakes...
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8. Faasai
1:31 AM GMT on September 05, 2011
Congratulations for this well deserved weather shot!
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7. llpj04
1:21 AM GMT on September 05, 2011
OHHHH my gosh. It has got to be 2 to 3 feet over the wall!!!! And you parked and walked to the wall? Glad you were careful where you stepped. For all that have never been there, those houses mainly use the bottom floor for garage stuff. Katrina in 2005 wiped out the first floor on the houses along the lakefront. In some cases the whole house. I guess from now on the storms will flood the bottom floor. The wetlands use to be a storm break reducing the flooding inland but I guess that has changed forever.
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6. Redla
12:59 AM GMT on September 05, 2011
That is really sad. Hope you folks get to dry out soon.
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5. catilac
12:07 AM GMT on September 05, 2011
Oh No!! I hope it has receded! Nice weather shot! Congratulations!
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4. backwardguy
11:24 PM GMT on September 04, 2011
Oh my. Never had the experience. Great capture! CONGRATULATIONS!
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3. Wanda1948
11:16 PM GMT on September 04, 2011
I think you're safe, Pam! This terrible event! Congratulations for this weather photo!
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2. gilg72
10:42 PM GMT on September 04, 2011
Wow! lot of Water. My sky looked like this for a while this afternoon, in NM, but still bone dry only a few raindrops. Hope & pray for the safety of you folks.
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1. Kennebunker
10:36 PM GMT on September 04, 2011
Nope, this does not look like fun. Hope everyone gets to a safe, dry place for the night!
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