Flood survivors after 20 parishes were damages in the 2016 Baton Rouge flood.
On Bluff Road a house still sits 6 feet underwater, eight days after Baton Rouge flooded.
Glenda Mora, a homeowner on Bluff Rd in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, looks out over the neighborhood.
Damaged belongings line the streets in downtown Denham Springs, Louisiana.
Nicholar Gros stands on his front porch, looking out on his flooded Baton Rouge neighborhood.
Diane Andrews sits in front of her Baton Rouge home after the flood.
Diane Andrews looks inside her Baton Rouge home after the flood.
Flood damaged homes in Baton Rouge are cleaned out after the class three waters receded.
A mirror is the only thing that remains in the family living room.
The flood spared only a circle in the photograph, perfectly around the face of Elizabeth Buie's grandmother.
Family photographs rest on the window seal while they dry.
Flood damaged family photographs are spread out to dry around the house.
Houses on Bluff Road in Louisiana remain four to six feet underwater.
Blake Mora checks on the sand bags protecting his house on Bluff Rd in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Glenda Mora and Blake Mora stand in the front yard of their home on Bluff Rd in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Adam Johnson looks at his family home after the flood in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.