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SUPER STORM SANDY

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    Road signs warn drivers as Hurricane Sandy bears down on the East Coast.
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    A boy rides his skateboard in the hours before Hurricane Sandy hit Montclair, N.J.
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    A masked man stands at the Hudson River waterfront as Hurricane Sandy bears down on New York Harbor in Jersey City, N.J.
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    Hurricane Sandy bears down on New York Harbor as seen from Jersey City.
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    A man takes photographs as Hurricane Sandy bears down on New York Harbor.
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    Hurricane Sandy ravaged the East Coast, leaving many dead and billions of dollars in damage.
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    Hurricane Sandy bears down on Newark, N.J.
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    A downed tree is seen as Hurricane Sandy bears down on Montclair, N.J.
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    The Kashi family eat dinner by candle light at home in Montclair, N.J as Hurricane Sandy hits the East Coast of the United States.
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    A fallen tree rests on a badly damaged home in the wake of Hurricane Sandy in Montclair, N.J.
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    Jersey Shore residents collect scattered photographs from the local museum that was destroyed during Hurricane Sandy, Keyport, N.J.
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    Jersey Shore residents observe the damage done in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
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    Jersey Shore residents observe the flood waters and damage done in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, in Keyport, N.J. The super storm ravaged the East Coast, leaving many dead and billions of dollars in damage.
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    Jersey Shore residents collect scattered photographs from the local museum that was destroyed during Hurricane Sandy.
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    The debris-strewn streets of Keyport, N.J. are seen in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
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    Jersey Shore residents observe the damage done and begin clean-up in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, in Union Beach, N.J.
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    Jersey Shore residents observe the damage done and begin clean-up in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, in Union Beach, N.J.
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    Jersey Shore residents observe the damage done and begin clean-up in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, in Union Beach, N.J.
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    Parts of the famous Atlantic City boardwalk are completely washed away in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Atlantic City, N.J.
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    Parts of the famous Atlantic City boardwalk are completely washed away in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Atlantic City, N.J.
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    Parts of the famous Atlantic City boardwalk are completely washed away in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
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    A person walks along the famous Atlantic City boardwalk after Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast of the United States.
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    A woman walks along a still intact segment of the famous Atlantic City boardwalk.
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    Debris is strewn on the beach in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Atlantic City, N.J.
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    Automobiles are partially submerged in flood water in the wake of Hurricane Sandy at a dealership in Point Pleasant, N.J.
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    The Atlantic Ocean is seen in the wake of Hurricane Sandy in Atlantic City, N.J.
Super storm Sandy

On assignment for Time magazine to shoot iPhone images for upload in real time to the Time magazine Instagram feed, Ed Kashi covered the incoming storm and some of its devastating aftermath in New Jersey. From images in his hometown of Montclair, N.J., where neighbors lost their home to a fallen tree, to coverage of the destruction wrought by Sandy along the Jersey Shore, Kashi’s portfolio represents an intriguing way to cover an emerging news event for a major publication. The implications for the future of visual journalism are a challenge to the ways of the past.

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