Hurricane Sandy: The Aftermath

Here are some distressing photos of the Rockaways, a few days after hurricane Sandy’s devastating passage.




























Images by Stephane Missier aka Charles le Brigand

All rights reserved. Une production de Brigand © 2012

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9 Responses to “Hurricane Sandy: The Aftermath”
  1. Well it is a shoreline…….. it’s just a line…..not a shorewall.

  2. Thornton Blank says:

    This is where we go when we go out to the beach. Being NYC, it’s a little trashy but overall a nice community. These photos are hearbreaking.

  3. Ed says:

    Just got to see these pictures. I live in Virginia but grew up in the Roadways. My parents, now deceased, lived in one of the buildings shown in the pictures. I for one find these pictures hard to look at. If anyone has any pictures of the Arverne area, I would truly love to see what happened there. I was raised on Beach 56 St.

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