Hurricane Sandy Effects – North Carolina Coast

Here are some photos I took on 10/28/2012 during the driving wind and rain from Hurricane Sandy. The photos were taken at approximately 2 p.m.

The wind was out of the northeast. It blew the water away from the Camden side of the Pasquotank River, out towards the Albemarle Sound. A wide area of wet sand was exposed. This is normally completely covered by water.

Some of the photos also include the bulkhead along the beach area. Some show the exposed Cypress tree roots and knobs, that are normally unseen as they also are  completely covered by water. What an amazing storm!

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