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Mississippi Oil

Mississippi Oil

Part 2 of 17 in the New Orleans series

When we think of the Mighty Mississippi, we often think of barges and steamboats. But head to the lower Mississippi River, and you’ll see ocean-going vessels like this one. Between Baton Rouge and the Gulf, the US Army Corps of Engineers maintains a 45-foot shipping channel for these larger ships, and it’s impressive watching them push upstream.

  • Eaves, Chris (March 25, 2019). Mississippi Oil [Photograph]. Vacherie, Louisiana. Shot on Canon 6D at 40mm, 1/320 sec., f16 at ISO400.

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