Saturday, November 3, 2012

Thank you

Thank you everyone for your prayers and well wishes. Power has returned in lower Manhattan but places elsewhere in the city and New Jersey are still in the dark and hurting. It has been a photographer's dream to wander the streets of Manhattan under the veil of blackness, though ultimately this has been a horrific event.  

20 comments:

s.c said...

Great shots. Pity that it have to be such a bad time to get them. But I hope later on you can see back to these photo's because otherwise the picture was completely fade away from memory.

Lori Skoog said...

Hey Ken Mac.I hope that means you have power. Just caught up with your recent posts...they tell quite a story. Can't even imagine what it is like for so many...we got off easy here in Western New York. Thank you for sharing your view of the situation.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Glad that Manhatten has power. Everything sounds and looks so overwhelming -- barbara

Teresa Evangeline said...

Eerie, and beautiful.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

Good to see this from your perspective rather than the news media who focus on the sensationalism rather than the nitty-gritty

RedPat said...

Glad you have power again and hopefully some heat! That always seems to be the big worry here when the electrics are off in cold weather.

Michelle said...

Wonderful shots, but sad that it all happened the way it did. Glad things are getting better.

bARE-eYED sUN said...

love the souvlaki stand, Ken.

even in the darkest, dark there's a bright light and comfort to be found.

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.ero
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RuneE said...

I'm glad that things are moving in the right direction, albeit slowly. I agree about the photography opportunities that you have used so well - but at a price.

Young at Heart said...

the streets really are paved with gold.....you have turned the darkest hour into a thing of beauty....

Birdman said...

Your photos tell so much. Glad to see you 'came out on the otherside'. Peace.

Steve Gravano said...

The food vendor photo is eerie. Glad you're ok.

Melissa said...

Good to hear you have power again. That top photo is amazingly beautiful!!!

altadenahiker said...

Is that the ghost of Gene Kelly?

Banjo52 said...

And you've made great use of the photo opportunities -- these are great!

sonia a. mascaro said...

I am glad to hear that you have power again. I hope that all will be well with the people of NY and the East Coast too.

Your photos tell so much about this ordeal. I hope that the patient dog was well.

-K- said...

Not forgetting there are still so many people who need help, these are some really great shots, the food truck and the top photo are especially good.

Banjo52 said...

I just revisited these and I say again, well done! Nature gave you an opportunity, but you ran with it.

Shangyjas said...

I am glad to hear that you have power again. I hope that all will be well with the people of NY and the East Coast too. Your photos tell so much about this ordeal. I hope that the patient dog was well.

Diazcswl said...

Good to hear you have power again. That top photo is amazingly beautiful!!!