Photos taken today, Monday October 29, 2012, around 11AM. Resampled and resized to VGA; click any to enlarge.
Proof of Zone A:
Really, can you get more Zone A than this?
The news reports from other places in NYC made me expect a huge flood. Nothing of the sort.
I wasn’t the only person out there getting images, either:
Yep, an iPad.
Some of the wave action:
Right there near sea level are very expensive co-ops that used to be industrial buildings:
I didn’t see any sandbags in use around those buildings. More proof that the possession of money cannot be correlated with high intelligence.
Winds were 40-45 mph with a gust to 50. So far, this isn’t any different from weather we’ve had before — except for the evacuation orders.
Sandy finally made that westward turn they’ve been pimping. I was convinced by time-lapse radar images. This time the software wins.