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We all have seen flashy and tragic Hollywood movies of the world apocalypse and doomsday conspiracies. Yet, none of us are ever ready to face the real deal when it hits us, whether in the form of earthquakes, floods or volcanic eruptions.
 
The tropical wave that developed in the Caribbean Sea on October 21, 2012, culminated into a tropical storm and later into a Category 1 hurricane which wreaked havoc in the Greater Antilles, the Bahamas, the Eastern United States, and Eastern Canada. By October 29, 2012, it was declared as the post-tropical cyclone.
 
Louis Uccellini, the director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Centers for Environmental Prediction US, called it a storm of “historic” proportions which affected life in at least 22 states, covering pretty much the whole of the East coast of United States.
 
With the overall toll of lives lost and disrupted reaching a staggering number, people are devastated and praying throughout the world for the safety of their loved ones, and the innocent human beings in general, struck by the severity of mother nature. It is, perhaps, high time we begin to take the environmental issues more seriously and begin to play our small individual parts honestly. That is the least we all owe to each other, isn’t it?
 
Have a look at this photographic account of the disaster and pray for all those who now have a long and daunting way to recovery.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 1

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 1
A flooded parking lot in Hoboken, NJ.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 2

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 2
A car brutally smashed by a fallen tree at the Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 3

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 3
Water entering the upper floors of a building in Bellport, N.Y.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 4

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 4
Devastation caused by the Hurricane in Roy Carpenter’s Beach in the village of Matunuck, in South Kingstown, R.I.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 5

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 5
3 year old Haley Rombi being rescued on the Staten Island.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 6

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 6
A flooded parking garage on the famous Wall Street.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 7

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 7
A Plaza got flooded on Water Street, Manhattan.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 8

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 8
A smashed car on South Elliot Street in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 9

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 9
Tuesday morning in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 10

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 10
Another flooded parking lot after Hurricane Sandy hit New York.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 11

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 11
The Brooklyn Battery Tunnel’s flooded entrance in lower Manhattan.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 12

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 12
Dozens of homes and vehicles were destroyed because of a fire in Breezy Point, Queens.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 13

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 13
Another shot of wreckage caused by the devastating fire at Breezy Point.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 14

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 14
Residents using a small boat to wade through a flooded street in Breezy Point.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 15

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 15
The shoreline at Coney Island as Hurricane Sandy grew closer on Monday.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 16

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 16
Flooded homes in Tuckerton, N.J.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 17

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 17
Remains of burned homes at a Breezy Point neighborhood of New York City.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 18

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 18
Sveinn Storm, owner of Storm Bros. Ice Cream Factory measures the flood waters outside his store in Annapolis, Md.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 19

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 19
The flooded US Route 30, the White Horse Pike.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 20

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 20
Boats cluster together at a marina in Brant Beach, on Long Beach Island of the New Jersey shore.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 21

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 21
Debris floats around a house pushed off its foundation in East Haven, Conn.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 22

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 22
Water rushes into the Carey Tunnel (previously the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel) in the Financial District of New York City.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 23

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 23
A photograph floats just below the surface of a flooded street in Massapequa, N.Y.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 24

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 24
An ambulance is stuck in over a foot of snow off Highway 33 West, near Belington, W.Va.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 25

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 25
Brannen Hinerman (19) hangs on for dear life as buddy James Turner goes airborne on suicide hill at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 26

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 26
A girl jumps off the porch of a cottage along Roy Carpenter’s Beach that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in Matunuck, R.I.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 27

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 27
Glenn Heartley pulls on a rope attached to his car in preparation for getting it towed from a creek in Chincoteague, Va.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 28

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 28
Two boys run down Foster Avenue while dodging high winds and waves from the effects of Hurricane Sandy in Marshfield, Mass.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 29

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 29
A man takes a picture of the John B. Caddell, a 700-ton tanker that washed up on the shore of Staten Island in New York City.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 30

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 30
An apartment building with a broken facade in Chelsea, New York City.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 31

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 31
Two boys Jack Baulmer, 11, and Michael Robson, 13 faced death with the falling of this tree in Peach Lake in North Salem, N.Y
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 32

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 32
Water flooded in a neighborhood.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 33

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 33
This is what that remains of the burnt homes in the Breezy point area of the Queens.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 34

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 34
Residents being rescued by the emergency personnel from flood waters brought on by Hurricane Sandy in Little Ferry, N.J.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 35

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 35
A man walks away from a building that has been surrounded by water pushed up by Hurricane Sandy in Bellport, N.Y.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 36

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 36
A truck makes way through a flooded street in Southampton, N.Y.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 37

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 37
A woman arrives at Seward Park High School, which is doubling as an evacuation center for Hurricane Sandy in New York.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 38

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 38
Water floods the Plaza Shops in the wake of Hurricane Sandy in Manhattan.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 39

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 39
A storm surge hits a small tree as winds from Hurricane Sandy reach Seaside Park in Bridgeport, Conn.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 40

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 40
Waves pound a lighthouse on the shores of Lake Erie near Cleveland, Ohio.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 41

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 41
Deputy Cliff Tice, of the Dare County Sheriff’s Department, walks down damaged and impassable NC 12 leading into Mirlo Beach in Rodanthe, N.C.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 42

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 42
A man secures the lines on a boat during the Hurricane in Woods Hole, Mass.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 43

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 43
A woman walks past a house collapsed by superstorm Sandy in East Haven, Conn.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 44

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 44
The Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley memorial sits in flood waters in downtown Annapolis, Md.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 45

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 45
Brian Hajeski (41) of Brick, N.J., reacts as he looks at debris of a home that washed up on to the Mantoloking Bridge the morning after superstorm Sandy rolled through in Mantoloking, N.J.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 46

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 46
Boats messed up inside each other due to Hurricane Sandy.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 47

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 47
Hospital workers evacuate patient Deborah Dadlani from NYU Langone Medical Center, in New York City.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 48

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 48
Medical workers assist a patient into an ambulance during an evacuation of New York City University’s Tisch Hospital.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 49

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 49
A car stranded in the sand on Long Beach Island on the Jersey shore.
 

Hurricane Sandy Photograph 50

 Hurricane Sandy Photograph 50
People stand on a mound of construction dirt to view the area where a 2000-foot section of the “uptown” boardwalk was destroyed by flooding from Hurricane Sandy in Atlantic City, N.J.
 

If this natural disaster photography moved you, let us know of your sentiments in the comments section below.

 
 

Author Charlie B. Johnson

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  1. Pankaj Kumar Singh On November 1st, 2012 at 7:05 am
    1

    This is pathetic cruelty of nature.
    God why did you do that.

  1. Carolyn Blake On November 1st, 2012 at 1:17 pm
    2

    Thank you so much for these photos. I am out of the US at the moment and I am seeing this on the news. These photos really make real what has happened.

  1. jerry sawyer On November 1st, 2012 at 9:55 pm
    3

    This is really terrible! I just hope and pray every body in the east coast can overcome the pains and struggles they had.

  1. Meg Brookman On November 2nd, 2012 at 9:25 pm
    4

    My grandfather was born in NYC, my mother went to art school there in the 1940′s, and I have always felt it was, in some important way, a part of me. I find the devastation of the city and the Jersey shore almost too much to bear. And yet I am drawn to these and other photographs and news reports. Monstrosity is always repelling and compelling simultaneously.

  1. Bink On November 3rd, 2012 at 10:22 am
    5

    Thanks so much for publishing- anything to spread the word and encourage people to help is awesome. Love to see the design community reaching out.
    A great alternative to the Red Cross is Mercury One- 100% of donations go to victims and local charities.:
    http://fundly.com/mercury-one-disaster-relief-fund

  1. Nina Nesky On November 3rd, 2012 at 9:38 pm
    6

    Thank you for sharing these photos. My family lives in NJ but they haven’t been able to see any images because they have cable tv and all the cable lines are down to their house! I plan on showing them these photos when they visit.

  1. Tom Lawrence On November 4th, 2012 at 7:11 pm
    7

    I am sorry I could not come to help, but your unionized utility workers kept me away! Unionized worker selfishness penalizes great and brave Americans who are suffering and in need!

    I’ll send money instead of helping in person.

    All our Love and prayers,

    Tom Lawrence

  1. Saikul Islam On November 7th, 2012 at 12:52 am
    8

    Did that really happen? OMG………:(

  1. SD On November 7th, 2012 at 4:50 am
    9

    Wow impressive images, if it would be a disaster I would say that many of the images are masterpieces. Love image 44

  1. Shilah Sayer On November 7th, 2012 at 9:04 am
    10

    Just shows no matter how much of a super power a country is you cant top mother earth. Great pics :-)

  1. Charlie B. Johnson On November 9th, 2012 at 5:42 am
    11

    I agree with you Bink. Thank you so much for the appreciation. The charity work you have recommended is also awesome!

  1. Charlie B. Johnson On November 9th, 2012 at 6:22 am
    12

    Nina Nesky, I hope your family in NJ is safe and sound.

    Thanks for the kind words, everyone. I’m sure they would mean a lot to the victims when they see these photos.


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