Sandy, Part II, After

Well, the first pic is during, because it made me giggle.

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Flower Child wants all my Fringie followers to know she was very, very scared. But brave.



These photos show just some of my crappy photos that came out the least crappy. Β They also show only a few blocks worth of damage, in a part of the city that was very lucky, not nearly so effected as other neighborhoods.

My thoughts and prayers are with the thousands (millions?) of people who were more than frightened and inconvenienced by Hurricane Sandy, but have suffered devastating losses, and are without power and limited access for an indefinite period of time.


  1. Thanks for sharing. I am surprised that the plastic sheeting didn’t get destroyed more as well as some of the other things when a skinny pole got snapped in two. Those hollow trees look pretty cool. You can see why they went.


    1. Because of the buildings, there are all kinds of weird wind tunnels/wind patterns that get created, so some things that would be destroyed on one corner could be completely fine half a block up the street. πŸ™‚


    1. Thank you, Moonbeam! πŸ™‚ We are well, still kind of shell shocked, though.

      My internet has been very spotty over the last couple of days, I assume due to work and clean up being done around the city.


  2. I was thinking about you and FC so much. ❀ Yes indeed tell her she was so very brave. After seeing all those pics of the people on our shoreline and then of the most impacted areas of NYC the Empress was worried that Flower Child had to evacuate and was so relieved to find out that she was able to stay home with her stuffies.

    Shellshocked is a rather good word for it.


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