This is a poto I took in Louisville a few months after the massive tornado that went through there last year and did a lot of destruction. This areas was right in the path of the tornado and destroyed some houses. This is the foundation of one of those houses in front of a fallen tree and surrounded by debris after some cleanup had been done (you can see pieces of red brick laying on the ground). However, there is such beauty in the sunset that was happening as I took this photo and it shows such a contrast between bad and good. I love to capture scenes like this during a sunset because it creates something beautiful out of something sad and I think it creates a sort of hope when looking at it.

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