A year after Hurricane Irma, a man photographs the Grand-Case bay and the island of Anguilla from a concrete house that was destroyed by the hurricane.
A boat sits in Simpson Lagoon after being sunk by Hurricane Irma. Other damaged boats can be seen alongside it.
One of the numerous small islands where tourists and locals enjoy going to rest quietly.
A massive cruise ship stationed in the deep-water port of Philipsburg, the capital of Dutch Sint Maarten.
Boats float off the coast of Grand-Case, a fishing village known for its gastronomy restaurants
Oyster Pond marina a few hours before Hurricane Luis hit it.
Yachts float in Cupecoy Marina, a recent housing and commercial area of Sint-Maarten.
Several of the 1,200 large boats damaged and sunk by Hurricane Luis in Simpson Bay lagoon, once considered the safest lagoon in the case of hurricanes in the Lesser Antilles.