September 28, 2016, Hurricane Matthew began its path of destruction along the United States' East Coast. Buildings were flooded, torn apart, and knocked down in Matthew’s presence. After the storm dissipated, I went for a walk with my camera in a neighborhood that was hit hard by the storm. I helped people clear their houses and clean their yards along the way. I stumbled upon a flooded road whose waters only grew deeper with time. When the water finally began to descend, I saw a paddling of ducks that I just needed to photograph. Those events happened four months ago. Since then, the homes of that neighborhood have been repaired and yards have been cleaned. Little destruction lingers in that neighborhood today, but the ducks have found a new home. They patrol the yards, cleaning them of all the small seeds that were overlooked by the people. Some people even give the ducks the stale food that they would have otherwise thrown out. The kids especially enjoy feeding the ducks. Matthew might have damaged this neighborhood but there’s always something good in a bad event, and with time that good will always outlive the bad.