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A morning after Hurricane SandyBrighton Beach BoardwalkBrooklyn, NY
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Excellent Photo, love the conversion to B&W ! tony
Thank you Tony!
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An excellent dramatic picture, Evelina. Sandy looked terrifying on our news, with some tragic aftermath. I trust you weren’t adversely affected! :)george
Hi George. I actually was affected. I lost my car in the flooring. My street looked like a swimming pool. Getting back to normal little by little…Thanks for your concerns!
Wicked time for you all, Lina….so glad you’re ok!! Sorry about the car too. :(Fabulously dramatic shot!!
I looked through your FB images – very scarey and sobering. Love the drama in this photo Evelina … as devestating as it was.
Great B&W conversion.And so amazing how you have managed to capture all the drama and the spookiness of itHope you can sort things out soon and get back to having some degree of reality.All the best!!
Ooops…i meant “normality” not “reality”… Sorry!!!
Wow, awesome Lina. Tells the drama perfectly
Hi Lina, I’m glad to here you are OK, so sorry about you’re car and the damage. Yea I felt that calm also, kinda errie. So sad what happened to the shore :( Best wishes for a quick recovery my friend. Oh and great shot BTW