One of the better things about living in the media capital of the world is that when it’s busy getting deluged, there are plenty of people there to document it while you sit at home drinking and watching movies. Presented below are some of our favorite Sandy pics.
The East River trying to swallow up Brooklyn Bridge Park. via Jessica Roy at The Observer
Our friend Alan getting set to scuba dive in Red Hook
Greenpointers on Java St. What evacuation zone? via Yuka Yoneda/inhabitat
Cattin’ down the hatches
Dude, your boat’s floatin away… Photo by @raeinbk
Photo by @noainny
Woah, dude, put some shoes on before you hang ten! Photo by @dreskull
Where does one get hat condoms? Photo by @azipaybarah.
No match for Sandy. Photo by @christackett
Massive wave hits Coney Island. Photo by @time
No more chicken :( Photo by @zarzecks
Brokelyn approved preparedness kit. Photo by @knowacki.
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