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Photos of the storms

Discussion in 'Storm Watch' started by Ted S, Jul 18, 2005.

  1. Ted S

    Ted S ScubaBoard Co-Founder ScubaBoard Supporter

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    For those of you living in or around a major storm I'm sure the last thing you are thinking about is posting on ScubaBoard or the media. But after you're locked down, after you've got everything taken care of if you have the opportunity to snap a couple of photos and post them up here. I think it might help those of us who are not in an effected area get a feel for the storms and an understanding of what's going on. Living in places that are relatively weather free it's often hard to understand what others are going through and while posts are great, photos really do say 1,000 words.
     
  2. aquaholic901

    aquaholic901 Solo Diver

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    I have a lot from last years storms. My girlfriends parents live on Pine Island which is right at the mouth of Charlotte Harbor where Charley made landfall. The destruction was unreal, it is still a mess down there. There are 200+ images from a day or two after the storm hit in my Imagestation album here:

    http://www.imagestation.com/album/pictures.html?id=4285889513
     
  3. likelite

    likelite Assistant Instructor

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    imagestation requires registration...

     

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