Photos: Even More Shots of Hurricane Sandy’s Wrath

  • As all New Yorkers are well aware, Hurricane Sandy brought a devastating combination of winds and ocean surges to the city last night, resulting in a multiple deaths and untold amounts of property damage. Throughout it all, as with many major emergencies, a remarkable collection of photos capturing the action emerged.

    While The Observer shot a number of photos of the flooding in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn in the height of the storm, other parts of the city were heavily affected as well. In the gallery on the left, you can find a selection of what a few photographers were able to capture during and after the storm.

  • A water bag protecting the entrace to Starbucks in Lower Manhattan October 29, 2012 as New Yorkers prepare for Hurricane Sandy expected to hit the city later tonight Much of the eastern United States was in lockdown mode October 29, 2012 awaiting the arrival of a hurricane dubbed "Frankenstorm" that threatened to wreak havoc on the area with storm surges, driving rain and devastating winds. AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)

  • <> on October 30, 2012 in New York, United States.

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