Photographer Seph Lawless specializes in putting his lens on abandoned settings, and his latest project is no different.
He marked the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina by capturing parts of New Orleans that look like Katrina struck a month ago, not a decade ago.
"I want Americans to see what was happening to their country from the comfort of their suburban homes and smart phones," Lawless recently told ABC News.
Lawless has been nice enough to share his work with WAVE 3 News several times:
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