The Louisiana landscape is defined by water. The Mississippi River and it's tributaries are responsible for shaping the myriad lakes and bayous that interconnect down to the Gulf of Mexico. These fresh water systems interact with the salty Gulf of Mexico to create the wetlands that line the coast from the western edge at the Sabine Pass, through the vast Atchafalaya Basin and on to the Pearl River in the east. I hope you enjoy this glimpse into a complex and fragile corner of our world.
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