New Mexico photographer David Zimmerman sees the devastation of the Gulf spill in the faces of people who live in Louisiana, as highlighted by this montage of recent photos. Click photo or headline to learn more.
With apologies to John Lee Hooker, today’s photo by Massachusetts social media journalist Jeff Cutler shows the size of some boom protecting Louisiana’s shore. Click photo or headline for more.
Freelance journalist and photographer Frank McMains of Baton Rouge, La., went on a Coast Guard flyover after Tropical Storm Bonnie fizzled. Some surface oil remains, as reported on his blog, Lemons and Beans. Click photo or headline for more.
Chicago artist Jane Fulton Alt created a conceptual photographic project called “Crude Awakening” to “speak not only about what was happening in the Gulf of Mexico but also have it relate to the issue of energy consumption and exploitation of the earth’s resources worldwide.” Click the photo or headline for more.
Chicago artist Jane Fulton Alt created a conceptual photographic project called “Crude Awakening” to “speak not only about what was happening in the Gulf of Mexico but also have it relate to the issue of energy consumption and exploitation of the earth’s resources worldwide.” Click the image or headline to learn more.
American Birding Association photographer Drew Wheelan took this photo Saturday of a laughing gull with oil on its breast feathers at the Bridgeside Marina on Grand Isle, La. Click photo or headline to learn more.
This view from space, taken July 21, indicates little visible oil near the site of the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe, but highlights the breadth of the spill.
Photographer Miles Wolf Tamboli (TalkRadioNews) snapped a gull bobbing on top of oil boom July 22 outside Biloxi, Miss.
Ray Wishart of Lynn Haven, Fla., offers this juxtapoised portrait of a Florida beach with a lonely umbrella in the foreground and an oil skimmer in the background. Click photo or headline for more.
This photograph, taken last week by S.C. Sen. Phil Leventis of Sumter near the Deepwater Horizon spill site, shows a flurry of activity. If you look closely, you can see a brownish oil on the surface that ships cut through as they navigate in the Gulf. Click photo or headline for more.
Tammy Pruitt of Marshall, Texas, took this photo showing oil hugging the Gulf coast earlier this month during a flight to Dallas as the jet passed near the Florida-Alabama border. Click photo or headline to learn more.
Florida Wildlife Federation President Manley Fuller discusses the importance of today’s special legislative session on the drilling of oil off the state’s coast. View:
This pile of apparently undiscovered oily muck was found July 19 by American Birding Association photographer Drew Wheelan on Grand Isle, La. Click photo or headline to learn more.
These children look at the Gulf of Mexico at sunset from a berm on Dauphin Island, Ala. Click on photo or headline to learn more. Photo copyrighted by Paul Zoeller. Used by permission.
Crew members on the US Coast Guard Cutter Walnut readies for skimming operations July 15 in the Gulf of Mexico. Click the photo or headline for more.
The Sierra Club offered this photo taken along the Gulf coast on July 16. Click picture or headline for more.
To highlight how the Gulf oil disaster is affecting people all over the world, take a look at this street art from Berlin, Germany, offered by _Loaf_. Click the picture or headline to see the whole painting.
Two newly-cleaned brown pelicans stretch their wings after being released July 12 at Gulfside City Park in Sanibel Island, Fla. Click headline or photo for more.
Although California photographer Pinar Ozger shot this image late last month, it shows the floating dangers that still permeate the Gulf following the April spill. Click headline or photo to learn more.
A response worker nets a dead bird from debris caught in a containment boom near in the Gulf of Mexico near Grand Isle, Louisiana on July 8, 2010. Click photo or headline for more.
GulfSpillClips.com offers more than 100 stories a day on what’s happening involving the Gulf disaster.
A sound engineer from an ABC News crew led by national correspondent Jeffrey Kofman sets up a shot on the forecastle of Coast Guard Cutter Resolute near the “floating city” at the site of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Take a look at this no swimming advisory at Dauphin Island, Ala., recorded July 5 by QuikSilver1850. Click headline or photo to learn more.
Veterinarian Shane Boylan, left, of the S.C. Aquarium, and other volunteers are pictured at work in Louisiana with a loggerhead turtle impacted by the Gulf oil disaster. Click picture or headline to learn more.