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Saturday, November 3, 2012

There was a full moon this past week which caused excessive high tide conditions that resulted in extraordinary water surges of up to 14' in the city.  This mass of water caused much of the damage to the New York area.

The blacked out part of the city had an eerie look to it lit only by the moon and passing traffic.  This is a 20 second exposure taken with a Nikon D600 at ISO 400.

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