Good on Ya' - stay safe... But man what an opportunity.
April 20, 2014, 06:53:58 PM
Topic: Hurricane Sandy in New York City. Almost like a ghost town (Read 6860 times)
As the others have said- thanks for sharing!
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Great shots Frankie. You are now our eyes and ears to the world of Sandy. BE SAFE out there but have some fun too. What an opportunity. I'd be doing the same thing. Post when you can.
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i'm on the eastern shore of maryland. frankly, i'm not impressed(with the storm, not your shots) lots of rain, some decent wind, but really not so great. we probably had 2 storms this last summer with more powerful wind, and while a lot of rain has fallen, it's never been hard. hell, just when my wife was saying it's unsafe for me to go out and get some shots of flooding(we are close to sea level, even a hard rain will cause flooding in spots), the mailman rolls up like it's just any other day.
has everyone forgotten vanilla sky?
Great stuff Frankie, and please be safe!
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Here's my photos of Hurricane Sandy in New York City. I've never seen NYC so deserted.
I used to work in 1585 Broadway (Morgan Stanley building with ticker tape on the wall), just to the right of your shot of Times Square and even @6am you'd see few people on the sidewalks but you'd still see a lot of trucks (food and drink mainly) buzzing up and down. Very surreal.
edit: don't forget Frankie to shoot some video too - will look very spooky and cool
« Last Edit: October 29, 2012, 08:28:59 PM by DB »
Thanks a lot guys! Things are getting a little worse now. I might go out tomorrow morning for photos of the aftermath.
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