Super typhoon Sandy in Photos (part 1)

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Super typhoon Sandy in Photos (part 1)

These photos express every thing we can say about the super typhoon Sandy, the "monster" which made so many pain for us... This the part 1 of the series of pictures about Sandy which I collected in the internet. View them, but remember to pray for the victims..

A house floats in the bay after it was washed from its foundation during Hurricane Sandy in Manotoloking, New Jersey on October 31. The U.S. Northeast began an arduous slog back to normal on Wednesday after historic monster storm Sandy crippled transportation, knocked out power for millions and killed at least 64 people with a massive storm surge that caused epic flooding.

Joseph Leader, Metropolitan Tranportation Authority Vice President and Chief Maintenance Officer, shines a flashlight on standing water inside the South Ferry 1 train station in New York City on Oct. 31 in the wake of superstorm Sandy. The floodwaters that poured into New York's deepest subway tunnels may pose the biggest obstacle to the city's recovery from the worst natural disaster in the transit system's 108-year history.

People wait to use a pay phone on Bright Beach Avenue, on Wednesday in the Brooklyn borough of New York. 

People crowd into a Chase Bank ATM kiosk to charge phones and laptops at 40th Street and 3rd Avenue, one block north of where power has gone out, on Wednesday, in New York City. "This is the modern campfire," one man said. 

A people shop for food piled into shopping carts on Brighton Beach Avenue, on Wednesday in the Brooklyn borough of New York. 

Renter Donna McBride reacts to seeing the damage done to her home by the storm surge of Hurricane Sandy in Lindenhurst, New York, on Wednesday. 

A man walks past the remains of a building near a damaged section of boardwalk in the wake of superstorm Sandy, on Wednesday in Atlantic City, N.J. 

Hoboken residents navigate the floodwaters from Hurricane Sandy as they emerge from their apartments, and in some cases return to remove valuables, on Wednesday in Hoboken, NJ. 

A dog named Shaggy is handed from a National Guard truck to National Guard personnel after the dog and his owner left a flooded building in Hoboken, N.J., on Wednesday. 

Workers try to clear boats and debris from the New Jersey Transit's Morgan draw bridge on Wednesday in South Amboy, N.J., after Monday's storm surge from Sandy pushed boats and cargo containers onto the train tracks. 

Rey Erney, right, plugs his phone in on a neighbor's front steps in Hoboken, NJ. "We don't know anything. It's very difficult to get information from the police or fire department. PSEG doesn't even have power at their own location yet." Even though he doesn't know them he says "We have the best neighbors, it's very generous of them to let us charge." 

Men dig trenches for water being pumped out of flooded basements on October 31 in Long Beach, New York.The storm has claimed many lives in the United States and has caused massive flooding across much of the Atlantic seaboard. U.S. President Barack Obama has declared the situation a 'major disaster' for large areas of the U.S. east coast, including New York City, with widespread power outages and significant flooding in parts of the city. 

The remains of homes burned down in the Rockaways during Superstorm Sandy are viewed on Wednesday in Queens, New York. 

Two secret service members scan the area as US President Barack Obama visits a neighborhood on October 31 in Brigantine, New Jersey. Americans sifted through the wreckage of superstorm Sandy on Wednesday as millions remained without power. The storm carved a trail of devastation across New York City and New Jersey, killing dozens of people in several states, swamping miles of coastline, and throwing the tied-up White House race into disarray just days before the vote. 

A vehicle is seen submerged in a pit of water beside other debris following Hurricane Sandy, in Seaside Heights, New Jersey on October 31. 

Pedestrians pass by a tree that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in Washington on October 31. The U.S. Northeast began an arduous slog back to normal on Wednesday after historic storm Sandy crippled transportation, knocked out power for millions and killed at least 64 people with a massive storm surge that caused epic flooding. 

Damage is viewed in the Rockaway neighborhood where the historic boardwalk was washed away during Hurricane Sandy, on Wednesday, Oct. 31, in the Queens borough of New York City. 

Freddie Nocella, Jr., left, hands a vase to his grandfather Bill Schmith, as Schmith works to salvage belongings from his heavily damaged home in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, on Wednesday in Babylon Village, N.Y. 

A car that was washed in from Hurricane Sandy is buried in sand that on Wednesday in Long Beach Island, New Jersey.

According to msn.com