- Posted April 14, 2011 by
The Beaches of Walton County, Florida
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Gulf oil disaster: Messages in sand
LOVE our GULF
- katie, CNN iReport producer
Since filming and photographing our beaches for about 800 hours since the BP oil disaster, I have seen our coastline and our residents adapt to the changes from the events from this past year. To describe this in a word? Resilience.
We are all hopeful. Hopeful that BP, through the watchful eye of the USCG, will make things right. The good news is that there are still BP work crews tending to our beaches. Of course we worry about our birds, and fragile eco-system since the disaster too, but time will tell this story and so will I.
Show some LOVE and support our recovering GULF and consider visiting our BEACH this summer!