The sun rises over the newly repaired Superdome in New Orleans. Hurricane Katrina hit the US city a year ago, and a lot of work needs to be done to rebuild people's homes and lives
About 1,700 people lost their lives when Katrina brought heavy rains. Flood defences broke, and the city was filled with water. Here houses are still waiting to be rebuilt
John Muller looks at the wreckage of his kitchen
Whole neighbourhoods were evacuated, and lots are still empty. Only 200,000 of New Orleans' 500,000 original residents have returned so far
Piles of cars rust in scrap heaps as the clear-up goes on
Students and staff from the University of New Orleans have been forced to live in trailers
But rebuilding work goes on, like here at the L and T Preparatory Academy.