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Katrina Sculptures ❰Download❯ ➾ Katrina Sculptures Author Debbie Bond – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Come and see the Katrina Sculptures Browse through than 70 color photos featuring over 30 stunning works of art Whether your passion is art photography history travel or family vacations you won't wan Come and see the Katrina Sculptures Browse through than color photos featuring over stunning works of art Whether your passion is art photography history travel or family vacations you won't want to miss the number one tourist attraction on the Mississippi Gulf Coast read about Hurricane Katrina Discover how hurricane ravaged trees became art Learn about the talented chainsaw artists Dayton Scoggins and Marlin Miller Use the photo gallery to take a breathtaking virtual tour See sculptures of wildlife and marine life indigenous to coastal Mississippi all carved with amazing detail Visualize the beautiful herons pelicans seagulls egrets eagles ospreys owls and parrots in flight Imagine swimming with the stunning sea turtles crabs dolphins sharks sailfish mahi mahi and marlins As an added bonus the GPS location the physical location and the name of the sculptor is included for each sculpture For many sculptures the type of tree carved is also includedAre you planning a family vacation love photography or simply want to take a ride and enjoy the scenery Use the directions in the tourist guide to travel from the Mississippi Welcome Center on Interstate in Moss Point west to Highway in Biloxi All travel information and photos are presented in order from east to west to help keep you on course Navigation aids include exit numbers street names shrimp numbers maps GPS numbers and Also included is a brief restaurant attraction and amenities guide by the shrimp number for Hwy in Biloxi Buy it now and begin your journey.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 165 pages
  • Katrina Sculptures
  • Debbie Bond
  • English
  • 09 September 2014