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The South Delta on June 29, 2019



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Among all the debris and heartbreak, we cannot help but be reminded that there is a beauty surrounding us in Mississippi.


US Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith speaks with flood victims at Valley Park, Mississippi

US Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith spent her day offering love and support, and listening a lot, to the victims of the Great Backwater Flood of 2019.

A deer on the roadway take notice but doesn’t run. They’ve been forced close to the road for so long some deer don’t even look up at the passing vehicles.

This small herd is a lot healthier and better fed than a week ago.

An alligator warms itself in the late afternoon sun.

The flood debris on Highway 465 just off of Highway 1 continues to grow.

A gaze of raccoons feeds on some cat food provided by caring citizens.

There are hundreds, if not thousands of deer in this field. This photo captures some of them huddled together. They’ve reappeared now that the state has allowed them to be fed.

That road sign ironically says ‘Cut Off Road’.

An egret on the left keeps a wary eye on the slowly oozing its way alligator on the right.

A raccoon feeding on cat food with a deer just over it’s shoulder. Both are coming back to life now that the state has allowed food to be placed for them.

Highway 1 near Onward, MIssissippi.


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