Thursday, May 28, 2009

Ocean Springs Front Beach And East Beach

This is the Gulf Coast Research Laboratoty in Ocean Sprongs Mississippi. Just doing our daily beach visit just driving around. You can swim for free here and the sand is really white and clean.My hubby and I have our schedule to drive by the beach area every afternoon. Sometimes, we feed the birds and enjoy the fresh air. The picture above is a signage of the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory in Mississippi and this is part of their property.
The left side area are vacant lots. All the houses there are blown away and swept towards the sea by hurricane Katrina.
This house is newly constructed. If you click the picture, you will see the red old fence of the house and nearby the tree is their old stairway, the only part of the house that was left after the hurricane.
This is the right side view. White sand and long beach extending from the Front Beach area to East Beach.
Just taking the picture of the left side view of the beach. Yep! It is not really an open space. All these properties had big houses but all gone because of hurricane Katrina. The house that you see in this picture is a newly constructed.
The water surge in this area during the hurricane is 35+ feet high.
Click the picture and you will see only the gate of the property. All else are gone.
the beach
some private dock
few people are swimming and crabbing
small harbor in Ocean Springs
Mc Pearson Pier
beautiful view and white sand
announcing the coming activities
few people on the beach...swimming and sun bathing
anybody can come and enjoy the beach for free
.... i don't see any birds today
That is the bridge connecting to Ocean Springs and Biloxi Mississippi. That bridge is also US highway 90 and it would take you towards New Orleans heading to the East.
The building shown above is The Isle Hotel and Casino and The Palace Hotel.


  1. ang ganda naman ng mga shots mo dito..tuloy gusto ko rin gumawa pa ng isang blog about photography din para kase ang sarap mag blog kahit photo lang ano?

  2. Nice photographs! I feel the heat of the sun there through your photos, no palm tree to cool down the view but it was really beautiful. Not populated beach. I clicked the photo and I saw the old stairway left and the damaged brought by hurricane. Katrina must be a terrifying hurricane.

  3. wow ganda...daghan kaayo ko nahuna-hunaan dah!! 1st kaayo ra idagan diha ug kandidato kay walay tao..hehe, 2nd nice pod mag praktis ug motorcycle diha kay way sakyanan, 3rd, nice pod siguro diha ang hangin kay duol gud dagat, ang white house nice pod kaayo pero naigo diay na sa katrina?? si katrina nato diri naa man sa senado kay naay kaso harharhar....

  4. Ganda ng mga pics, blue na blue ang kalangitan :)

  5. so that's why you have tons of pictures...i wish i lived close enough to a beach to visit that often. i have a tag for your photoblog, amy. here's the where you can grab it if you want

  6. nice place and great shots. happy weekend


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