Colleen Mullins knows that after New Orleans was torn apart by hurricane Katrina, many parts of the once vivacious city now lay in ruins. Nature is definitely the key factor in the disaster; however, nature can also salvage the remains. Mullins was able to capture images of the remaining trees in their most unusual habitat, generating intriguing photographs.
A visually poetic journey of trees in solitude and standing broken, this series is definitely a stunning work of art. However, Colleen Mullins' photographs are powerfully juxtaposed by the saddening events that will never be forgotten.
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