Damaged Store in Marigot
A shoe store in Marigot is closed due to damage by Hurricane Irma. The door and windows are boarded up to prevent looting
Marigot real estate company
One of the numerous Marigot buildings damaged by Hurricane Irma.
The neighborhood of Saint-James in Marigot where a number of houses belonging to foreigners were burned down by the French government in the aftermath of Hurricane Luis. From afar there are no traces left of the destruction.
Damaged seafront house, Marigot
A Marigot house by the seafront was damaged after Hurricane Irma. The only relief provided is a tarp for the roof.
Destroyed Second Floor
A second story of a building in Grand Case is almost completely destroyed after Hurricane Irma. The wood and panelling it was made of was not able to withstand the hurricane.
Destroyed Air Conditioning
An air conditioning unit sits destroyed on a building in Grand-Case after Hurricane Irma, as part of the wreckage needing to be removed. Graffiti is drawn below the unit.
An alley leading to the public beach from the main street of Grand-Case
Bike in Grand-Case
A bike is stored hanging off the porch of a second story house. The porch appears to have been rebuilt after Hurricane Irma, as the original porch did not survive the storm.
Blue walls and white balconies
This house in Grand-Case survived Hurricane Irma, though the roof was damaged and is in need of relief.