A Photojournalist Reflects on His Katrina Experience
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Clarence Williams came to New Orleans to shoot a cousin's wedding and wound up getting evacuated by helicopter from the rooftop of his uncle's flooded home. He came right back and got to work, capturing these scenes of the city where he now lives.
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