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]

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