Pictures of Sandy’s impact
Some of these links are now out of date and broken, but most are still valid.
- There are a series of aerial photographs provided by the RI Department of Transportation at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ridotnews/sets/72157631891636224/ showing damage from the storm along our coastline. Photographs are of Westerly and South Kingstown as well as Charlestown. Click on a picture to enlarge, look for a “next” button on the right above the enlarged photograph. Comments describing the location can be found below the enlarged photo.
- The Salt Ponds Coalition Facebook page has photos of the damage.
- Video of impact at Misquamicut Beach (part 1) http://vimeo.com/52513169
- Video of impact at Misquamicut Beach (part 2) http://vimeo.com/52713330
- A series of RI Sandy photos from AccuWeather
- A great series of photos of our damaged area in the San Fransisco Chronicle
- Pictures of Sandy impacts at the Charlestown Police Facebook page
- Video of houses on Charlestown Beach
- Pictures by Vic Dvorak at our Facebook page of the barrier beach that separates Quonnie Pond from the Atlantic Ocean and then Misquamicut from the Atlantic side.
- Pictures at RI National Wildlife Refuge’s Facebook page of Storm Sandy’s impact on Sachuest and Ninigret National Wildlife Refuges
- Providence Journal Photo Gallery of Sandy impacts
- Another Providence Journal Photo Gallery of Sandy impacts
- Pictures of Charlestown Beach and Breachway post Sandy (November 5,2012) by Thomas Tetzner
- Quonochontaug Central Beach post Sandy by Thomas Tetzner
- Quonochontaug East Beach post Sandy by Thomas Tetzner
- Quonochontaug West Beach post Sandy by Thomas Tetzner
- US Fish and Wildlife Service has aerial photos coming in from across the region as Service staff survey the damage left by last week’s Superstorm Sandy. This includes other Atlantic states. Check out the latest images at http://bit.ly/Teb2wC
- Aerial Tour Part 1 First Look At Misquamicut & Watch Hill After Hurricane Sandy 10 30 12
- Aerial Tour Part 2 First Look At Misquamicut & Watch Hill After Hurricane Sandy 10 30 12
- Aerial photographs taken by US Fish and Wildlife during a helicopter fly-over the weekend after Sandy
- Anyone who wants to volunteer with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts can do so by registering at http://www.serverhodeisland.org/ or by calling 211
- If you want to help clean up after Sandy, you can sign up to volunteer at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/N3B9N83