Photo Essay: After Isaac By Erin Krall • Sep 3, 2012 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email VIEW SLIDESHOW 1 of 10 Heavy winds from Hurricane Isaac brought roof damage to many New Orleans structures like Upperline, a popular restaurant in the Uptown neighborhood. Erin Krall VIEW SLIDESHOW 2 of 10 The Creole Creamery was one business trying to keep New Orleanians cool in soaring temperatures. Many residents were still without power days after Hurricane Isaac passed through the city. Erin Krall VIEW SLIDESHOW 3 of 10 Residents lacking power and air-conditioning after Hurricane Isaac socialize outside their homes in the cooler evening temperatures. Erin Krall VIEW SLIDESHOW 4 of 10 Hurricane Isaac brought down trees and power lines around New Orleans. Cars and a home on Coliseum St. were damaged by a felled tree in the Lower Garden District. Erin Krall VIEW SLIDESHOW 5 of 10 In the aftermath of Hurricane Isaac, downed power lines and trees make for a dangerous clean-up on Euterpe St. in New Orleans' Lower Garden District. Erin Krall VIEW SLIDESHOW 6 of 10 A Mid-City family keeps cool in the wake of Hurricane Isaac, which left much of the region without power. Erin Krall VIEW SLIDESHOW 7 of 10 Many homes and businesses around the region, like this store on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., relied on power from generators after Hurricane Issac put much of South Louisiana in the dark. Erin Krall VIEW SLIDESHOW 8 of 10 Rouses Supermarket became a hub for New Orleanians lacking Internet access and air-conditioning in the wake of Hurricane Isaac. Erin Krall VIEW SLIDESHOW 9 of 10 Hundreds of utility trucks were staged in New Orleans East, two days after Hurricane Isaac passed through the city. Erin Krall VIEW SLIDESHOW 10 of 10 Motorists in New Orleans were faced with myriad broken traffic lights after Hurricane Isaac came though the city. On Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, a sign was placed reminding drivers to stop. Erin Krall Photographer Erin Krall captured a glimpse of a city slowly returning to normal in the aftermath of Hurricane Isaac. You can find more of Erin's work on her website, and regularly here on WWNO.org. Related Programs: Hurricane IsaacLatest NewsTags: Hurricane Isaacfeatures Related Content Photo Essay: Community Hub 3 years ago We're With You Louisiana 3 years ago As Isaac Strengthens, Louisiana's Levees, Flood Gates Gird For Post-Katrina Test 3 years ago View the discussion thread.