A Photographic Journey of (After the Storm)

All Photos were taken by Anthony (That’s me). You can click on all photos for larger images.

Here is Aqua on the Ocean. That fucco is going to need a new paint job or a good power wash. I guess a hurricane is no match for styrofoam. Yep, that fake stucco is nothing but painted styrofoam. (sorry for the fake stucco rant, but it’s been awhile since my last one).

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The Allegria Hotel: The sign near the doors tells all to use the boardwalk entrance.

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All the continents of the Lifeguard Storage Unit under the boardwalk being emptied out.

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FOX news at the scene. They pointed the camera in my direction during their live broadcast, so I’m hoping to find the footage online. And when I do, I will see a handsome Anthony on his bicycle taking photos of FOX news at the scene doing a live broadcast. 

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NBC news in the background- A ticket booth in dirty Quiksilver Pro-clothing in the foreground.

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Easy Access. A lot of surfers came out, for obvious reasons….

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All the sand on the beach decided to take a trip to the parking lot. Don’t you just want to just push it back?

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A sandy W. Broadway

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This pool needs a little chlorine and it’ll be just fine.

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A damaged snack bar porch by-the-sea.

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THE HURRICANE PLAYGROUND MASSACRE:  I’m hoping for a rebuild, but it doesn’t look that way based on how the blocks were being tossed into a truck. And a lot of blocks were still in perfect condition.

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Photos of the infamous lifeguard shack. There was a media circus out there Monday morning still taking videos and photos of it. Yep, you’ve seen the youtube video; it’s become the symbol of Hurricane Irene and somehow put Long Beach on the map a week before surfpocalypse storms into town.

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NBC news. That news anchor gave me a dirty look after I took this photo.

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You get a good look at how much sand filled the streets.

 

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3 thoughts on “A Photographic Journey of (After the Storm)”

  1. I have a bit of a rant- Since I was home today (no phones or internet at the office in RVC) I took a quick drive down to CVS on Park-Theres 2 or 3 traffic lights out. Does ANYBODY know what to do at a traffic intersection when a traffic light is out??!! YOU ARE SUPPOSE TO TREAT IT LIKE A 4 WAY STOP SIGN PEOPLE!!! Everyone is just FLYING down Park with no regards to any traffic trying to make a left or just cross over Park. I understand that the poilce have other things that are a bit more important going on right now other then standing at all the traffic lights and directing traffic–so we need to police ourselves. Please–EVERYONE SLOW DOWN!!

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