A neighborhood in Big Pine Key hit particularly hard by Irma. Water stripped most houses along the street of their north-facing walls.
Thousands of power company employees work to restore electricity to the Keys.
Electric workers strive to repair downed lines on Summerland Key.
The roof collapsed on this Ramrod Key house.
Clothing is snagged in the porch rails of this Ramrod Key home.
Some of the most extensive damage is seen on Ramrod Key.
Downed utility poles are a common sight post Irma. Navigating the Keys means driving under many loose lines and teetering poles. The hundreds of poles pose a lengthy problem for workers trying to restore electricity and safety to Big Pine and the rest of the Lower Keys.
A bulldozer crosses the bridge to Summerland. Crews from around the country have converged on the Keys to help with the cleanup and rebuild process.
Water and what food could be found graced the donation table in front of Summerland Ace Hardware. The store was able to open Just two days after the storm, though supplies were understandably low.
Capt. Eddie of the Conch Republic Navy gives the employees of Summerland Ace Hardware a conch-blow salute for the free food and water out front. Summerland Ace opened on Tuesday, following the storm.
The canal behind Summerland Key businesses looked bleak, but some of these boats may be okay.