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Category: Hurricane Sandy

On October 30, 2012, category 1 hurricane Sandy hit the Eastern Seaboard and caused great devastation, mostly through a storm surge of up to 14 feet. Sandy was the largest (but not strongest) Atlantic hurricane on record with over 1000 miles in wind diameter.

As Life Goes on in New York City
November 17, 2012
Hurricane Sandy, New York, Photoblogs
Three weeks ago, hurricane Sandy hit the city like a ton of bricks. A week later, it was a nasty nor'easter and the first snow fall of the year. Already weak in the crotch, pear...
Sandy's Aftermath: Chaos in the Rockaways
November 13, 2012
Hurricane Sandy, New York, Photoblogs, Schtroumpfissime
Exactly two weeks after long inhibited category 1 hurricane Sandy unleashed her post-tropical moods on the Eastern Seaboard, much remains to be done in New York towards a...
And Manhattan Falls Asleep
November 10, 2012
HDR, Hurricane Sandy, New York, Photoblogs
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...
November 6, 2012
Hurricane Sandy, New York, Photoblogs
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...
More Post-Sandy Coverage, While I'm at It
November 3, 2012
Hurricane Sandy, New York, Photoblogs
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...