Superstorm Sandy Photos: Part Three

Photos taken Tuesday, October 30, 2012. Resized and resampled to VGA; click any to enlarge.

In Part Two, I saw unbelievable debris so far away from the shore washed in by Superstorm Sandy. Now I headed towards the shore itself, which I had visited on the 29th too.

View of this on the 29th:

And on the 30th:

Aside from the fence being gone, not much difference, eh?

Wait.

On the 29th, this general area looked like this:

On the 30th:

A tree made of spite, that will not be defeated:

Notice this debris:

That wall is five feet tall:

See the debris heaved in to that area:

I’m now leaving that area of the shore.

And heading to the expensive condos at the shore.

An example of what Sandy’s wind did:

Everything so far has been a prelude to the epic damage at the condos. That’s the body of this elephant. Photos of that in Part Four.

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