The left side of the above image shows Carrot Bay days after Hurricane Irma. The right side shows how the village looks now. (Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS)

Much has changed since Hurricane Irma struck the Virgin Islands on Sept. 6, 2017. In some locations, the recovery effort has transformed the landscape. Other areas, however, don’t look much different. Scroll down to compare scenes captured shortly after Hurricane Irma to the same scenes captured in recent days.

 

CARROT BAY IN TOWN

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

CARROT BAY FROM ABOVE

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

A CAR ON A PORCH IN CARROT BAY

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

BURNED HOUSE IN CARROT BAY

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

THE ROAD THROUGH CARROT BAY

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

THE ROAD TO CAPPOONS BAY

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

WHERE BOMBA SHACK USED TO BE

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

SEBASTIAN’S

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

ZION HILL METHODIST CHURCH

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

WEST END HILLSIDE

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

SOPERS HOLE

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

PUSSER’S WEST END

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

HODGES CREEK

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

TERRANCE B. LETTSOME INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

TRELLIS BAY, BEEF ISLAND

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

TRELLIS BAY, BEEF ISLAND

Photos: FREEMAN ROGERS

 

CANE GARDEN BAY

Photos: CONOR KING DEVITT (ABOVE) AND FREEMAN ROGERS (BELOW)

 

QUITO’S HOTEL IN CANE GARDEN BAY

Photos: PROVIDED (ABOVE) AND FREEMAN ROGERS (BELOW)

 

 


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