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For the first time in my life, I experienced a live urban hurricane. On that day, I knew as you could sense it in the air that it would be a long, cold and very dark night.
Hurricane Sandy was heading right into Manhattan to unleash what was never felt before leaving half of the city in the dark.
Here are some captured moments taken right before and after.
Standing tall illuminated as the only tallest building once again
7th Avenue was all mine that day. Walking in the middle of the avenue was like a walk in the park.
Suddenly, the whole world is watching you
From that point of view, this is the end of the road. Beyond that point it looks like only darkness will welcome you
Battery tunnel in down town Manhattan the day after
Like if the city was under siege, the PD is cruising the neighborhood to avoid looting and crimes
A little chaos around Chelsea when one of the only trees goes down
Only body shapes were visible. That night you could not recognize someone by his face, maybe by the way he would walk or talk
Time Square up on 7th Avenue, the only lights
Just alone with no one around, not even a cat
My vision on concrete and steel
Behind the bricks
In 2010 a smart kid from Massachusetts created what would be become an internet phenomenon "Instagram" with one million registered users in two months, it rapidly arose to 10 million users in a year.
Everybody loves it and everybody uses it. The concept behind photography filters gave any photograph amateur the ability to suddenly project something enjoyable by others.
For the obsessed photographer, it’s a great and easy way to render some of our work.
Here are some of my Instagram sharings.