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Photographer Alan Chin and Andrew Lichtenstein
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In the immediate aftermath of hurricane Sandy, one of the most devastating storms ever to strike the eastern seaboard, three FCDA photographers – Alan Chin and Andrew Lichtenstein – fanned out across the New York City area to capture scenes of the city in crisis. Chin was on hand as firefighters battled blazes in Breezy Point; while Lichtenstein photographed devastation in the Rockaways and the beachside communities of Brooklyn.
Alan Chin Queens, October 30, 2012 R ...
Alan Chin Queens, October 30, 2012 – Residents survey the damage from Hurricane Sandy on Rockaway Beach Blvd.
Andrew Lichtenstein Brooklyn, October 31, 2012 – Two days after the super storm Sandy arrived, residents of hard hit Coney Island begin to clean up, even though they remain without power.
PHOTOGRAPHS : Alan Chin, Andrew Lichtenstein and Anthony Suau
Photo Editor: Daria Bonera
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Son fermosas as fotografias tes gusto para escoller o sitio ideal.So mequeda felicitar polo bo traballo.Saudos
It’s worse than you-all think the MSM is not Statist they are State Capitalist. They serve the owners of the federal government. You know, the guys who pay 15% federal tax on their 30-millionth dollar, while a self-employed person like me pays over 30% federal tax on my First taxable dollar!
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