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The Baltimore Sun

Best of 2007

Louisiana The moon sets at dawn in the backwater swamp of the Venice Marina in Southern Louisiana, where trashed fishing boats and debris still litter the waterways 18 months after Hurricane Katrina.The sport-fishing industry is coming back with a vengeance after Katrina devastated most of the area. Although smashed fishing boats and houseboats still litter the shoreline, the fish and wildlife are back, and recreational boaters are mooring their boats in the harbor again. --Hugo Martin, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times
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