With power coming back to her Don Quichottesque giants in increments, Lower Manhattan goes to sleep on yet an another partially dark night, Monday November 5, 2012. Shot in HDR well after sunset from the Brooklyn Bridge Park. Patches of light emerging in Lower Manhattan Brooklyn (foremost) and Manhattan Bridges Classic Brooklyn Bridge Park view…Details
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No chaos, no damage, no devastation, no visible sign of trouble. A simple horizon-full of gantry cranes like our friend Frank likes to paint it. NJ seen from across the New York Harbor Similar posts: Interlude Interlude: a Vartiflette Recipe Slingshot to Kruger – Interlude Vancouver Interlude – Of Staplers and Tasers Queens’ Gantry Plaza…Details
Not so much has changed*. Lower Manhattan heads into another dark night, emergency crew lights everywhere Our mayor has finally cancelled the NYC Marathon that was to be held on Sunday, after being pressured in all directions from all sides – and I have no doubt that some sides were dark and definitely not so…Details
Marie and I took a walk along the Red Hook waterfront in Brooklyn on the day after impact. Then last night, 48 hours after hurricane force winds and record-high storm surge combined to extreme tides flooded many areas of the New York City boroughs, I went for a late afternoon run across the Brooklyn Bridge and into Manhattan’s Financial District,…Details
Twenty-four hours after the strongest winds were felt, New York City is in recovery mode, idle, disoriented, licking her wounds. It could have been worse, yet it could have been so much better. Wide-spread power outages and flooding, downed trees, drifting cars, sinking tunnels, skinned buildings, collapsing cranes, casualties, the Media has shown it all, there is…Details