New Orleans, Louisiana: Eerie Deepwater Horizon Memorial
Eleven lifelike men made of thousands of rusty welded steel disks stand in a circle in a street median. They're unidentified, but this is the memorial to the eleven oil workers who died when the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform blew up in April 2010.
- Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans, LA
- Just east of the French Quarter. In the median of Elysian Fields Ave., just north of its intersection with Dauphine St.
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Eerie Deepwater Horizon Memorial
Nice dedication of "Eleven," a memorial to the victims of the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform calamity of 2010. [Jen Meredith, 02/28/2017]
March 26, 2017
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