Photos taken Tuesday, October 30, 2012. Resized and resampled to VGA; click any to enlarge.
Part Three was still just an introduction to the damage to come.
Superstorm Sandy brought death to animals too:
To see a full-size image of before and after Sandy at the entrance to the condos, click here for the prior post.
Entering the area of the very, very expensive shore-side condos:
Seeing everything flung around, it occurred to me that the Internet of Things — where all objects are RFID tagged — will be a boon to meteorologists too. They will be able to track where debris originated and where it landed.
Now this is where Superstorm Sandy lives up to its advanced billing:
Sea life still attached:
Even bricks were ripped up:
Looking inside that damage, it’s a common hallway of the condo building:
Look at how the windows were bent in:
The mud. The mud was terrible:
I’m now heading towards a condo that had its construction halted due to the Great Depression of 2008. I will break this post here. I’m trying to keep these posts friendly for smartphones and as un-cloggy as possible.
More damage and wreckage in Part Five.