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soulcatcherstudio Welcome to the Soulcatcher Studio on Instagram/Photo Of The Day. Serving as a feast for the senses, Soulcatcher Studio (in Santa Fe, New Mexico) highlights fine art photographic masterworks by our represented artists and others we admire and appreciate. Follow us on Facebook and see much more at www.soulcatcherstudio.com. Today's featured image is: “It was nice to have a distraction.” by Jennifer Shaw. This past weekend marked the tenth anniversary of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, the costliest natural disaster in the history of the United States. To mark this anniversary, Soulcatcher Studio has featured images of New Orleans-based photographer, Jennifer Shaw throughout the weekend, from her acclaimed and highly-personal body of work, Hurricane Story. Hurricane Story depicts Shaw's and her families’ personal experiences during the time of the Hurricane Katrina disaster in late summer 2005, and the months that followed. She states, "I was nine months pregnant and due in less than a week when Hurricane Katrina blew into the Gulf. In the early hours of August 28, 2005 my husband and I loaded up our small truck with two cats, two dogs, two crates full of negatives, all our important papers and a few changes of clothes. We evacuated to a motel in southern Alabama and tried not to watch the news. Monday, August 29 brought the convergence of two major life-changing events; the destruction of New Orleans and the birth of our first son. It was two long months and 6,000 miles on the road before we were able to return home." Check out the entire story at: http://www.soulcatcherstudio.com/exhibitions/shaw/index.htm.
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