A wall of water and mud buried much of Gonaives, Haiti, in the wake of Tropical Storm Jeanne, which struck the island of Hispaniola on Sept. 18, 2004. The storm hovered over the island for as much as 30 hours, pounding the region with heavy rain. Four days later, on Sept. 22, the Ikonos satellite captured this high-resolution view of the water-logged city. Brown mud or water still covers a large part of the city. Roads that were visible on Sept. 17 have disappeared, as have a number of buildings.