Deep in the waters of south Louisiana, there’s a culture that no one sees. Out of the way of the interstate, no one passes through without intention. Little towns like Buras and Venice used to mean a lot, but not much anymore.
Run down after decades of abuse from natural disasters, the town never fully recovered from Hurricane Katrina. Fields of run down homes flood what used to be a bustling town. Urban decay has set in and little gets done outside of fishing.
No one speaks of this place, no one knows about it. To live here is to be forgotten by the world.