When Sandy came calling: your experience in pictures

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Downed tree at the Clark Street station. via Mom101

The pictures last night during the run up to Sandy were intense enough, but the aftermath on Instacane is full of downed trees, crushed cars and baffling, ill-advised vanity shots. So some things are still normal. We’ve picked some of memorable shots to share; let us know if you’ve got more.



Fort Greene Park. Photo by alex_dicko_ on Instagram.


Rainbow arching into lower Manhattan from BK rooftop. Photo by kurtdietrich on Instagram.


Enormous tree uprooted in Prospect Park. Photo by jeremiahbulfrog on Instagram.


Trees felled in Park Slope. Photo by valrizzo on Instagram.


Jane’s Carousel back on dry ground this morning. Photo by momtrends on Instagram.
Williamsburg Bridge remains closed. Photo by zamiang on Instagram.


Carroll Park, courtesy of dkellner76 on Instagram
A Park Slope laundromat loses its marquee. Photo by @allieleepson
A tree split in half at Prospect Park. via @jeremynadel
A tree toppled over in Ridgewood. Photo by Matt Kodner
No hurricane will stand between the people of Ridgewood and Assassin’s Creed 3. photo by Matt Kodner

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