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Hurricane Katrina, then and now

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast. Today, some areas have rebuilt while others remain virtually unchanged. CNN producers and iReporters collaborated to create a past-meets-present photography project to show what the region looks like today.

 

Below, you can see dozens of submissions to this project. Each photo is different and tells a story about Katrina's wrath. You can also find out how and why we used this photography style on the iReport blog.

 

This project was inspired by Flickr's Looking into the Past group.

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