Updated: Jan 10, 2019
Pryceless Moments recently traveled to Anguilla, a British Territory in the Eastern Caribbean, to photograph a series of family events for a client. During our time there, we surveyed the aftermath of the island one year after Hurricane Irma.
Rebuilding Island Habour
Island Harbour is arguably one most devastated parts of the island. While it is still currently in the process of rebuilding, many of the businesses remain closed and nearby houses abandoned and uninhabitable. In the gallery below, we captured the current state of this popular town, known for its potent rum punches and grilled lobsters.
West End(ed) Indefinitely
The West End of the island is home to some of the most luxurious and prestigious hotels and resorts in the World. After Irma several of the properties closed for an extended period of time to rebuild and cleanup. Most bounced back and reopened by late 2018 while others were left in post hurricane condition as depicted in the following gallery.