Four and a half years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the City of New Orleans, the once hapless Saints won the Super Bowl. It was 43 years in the making and came at a time when many of the residents were still dealing with aftermath of the hurricane. Award-winning photographer David Rae Morris was traumatized by three years of coverage of Hurricane Katrina. Looking for a new, more upbeat project, he decided to photograph Saints fans, or the "Who Dat Nation," as they are affectionately known, at his corner bar in the Bywater neighborhood. Instead of using digital photography, he borrowed a medium format Hassleblad and shot black and white film, posing his subjects against the peeling weatherboard of the bar's exterior. "The Who Dat Nation at Vaughan's Lounge" is a tribute to Saints fans everywhere, and to a city that has seen more than it's share of pain, suffering and misery in the last five years.