Long Beach into night

Long Beach, Mississippi, July 7, 2010. A large amount of oil washed ashore in Long Beach prompting the first night time cleaning. Lights were brought in for the workers, originally, the lights had amber colored filters on them to protect any sea turtles in the area. The filters were peeled off when the men in charge were told there was no danger from the lights. Photo by: Jenn LeBlanc/Iris Photo Agency
Long Beach, Mississippi, July 7, 2010. A large amount of oil washed ashore in Long Beach prompting the first night time cleaning. Lights were brought in for the workers, originally, the lights had amber colored filters on them to protect any sea turtles in the area. The filters were peeled off when the men in charge were told there was no danger from the lights.
Photo by: Jenn LeBlanc/Iris Photo Agency

Long Beach, Mississippi, July 7, 2010.
Photo by: Jenn LeBlanc/Iris Photo Agency
Long Beach, Mississippi, July 7, 2010.
Photo by: Jenn LeBlanc/Iris Photo Agency
Long Beach, Mississippi, July 7, 2010.
Photo by: Jenn LeBlanc/Iris Photo Agency
Long Beach, Mississippi, July 7, 2010.
Photo by: Jenn LeBlanc/Iris Photo Agency
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