One of the many many flood victims of Super Storm Sandy that hit Long Island on October 29, 2012. The situation is still desperate, people are without power, and water and between 30 and 40 thousand are living in shelters as temperatures continue to drop. New York and New Jersey have begun to ration gas due to shortages.
It always seems amazing that such a large country still has large areas of devastation, but I guess there's only so many people that can fix things. This is a different type of photography than most of us do; and very important it is too.
Well, part of the problem is that we keep electing dopes instead of people who know what they are doing. Obviously, when elected officials cannot make it in the private sector they cannot do much better in public office either. We'll be fine. Thanks for your comments and well wishes.My Gallery
I like your shot Amanda,but find it very upsetting,i have seen the devastation it as caused,and how many lives were lost,but seeing your shot on the blog made it more real,i have reports from family in boston on how bad thing's are,God bles to you all. Angela
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Hi Amanda, good to see you posting! Ha! As to your political comments - not much difference here either! I really feel for those with homes that are written off - it has been devastating - we have had huge amounts of media coverage and I really wonder how some communities are going to cope! Take care!