Gallery: PHOTOS: Logan MacDougall Pope Explores Post-Tsunami Architectu...

The only thing that is consistent about Sri Lanka's post-tsunami architecture is that there is no consistency at all. Architectural photographer Logan MacDougall Pope went on a self-funded tour through this tiny island country, which was engulfed by the Boxing Day Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004 that killed 40,000 people and displaced 2.5 million. Logan sent us these beautiful pictures and a link to his blog, which charts the often hairy journey he took earlier this year to document how Sri Lankans have re-built their lives. After recovering from a nasty case of dengue fever, the intrepid photographer from Britain managed to photograph a host of brightly-colored fishing homes, schools, and markets made of all sorts of locally-sourced materials. These images are a treat, so step on in for a fascinating look at what happened after the storm.

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