Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Carroll Gardens After Hurricane Sandy

Oh, no! Not the harlequin lamp on Carroll Street...
These photos of Carroll Gardens in the aftermath of hurricane Sandy were taken by my daughter Celina Kelly today. Hard to believe the destruction.
It certainly is the worst storm the City has ever seen.

Hope you are all fine and that you are getting power back.

Just received the photo below of an up-ended tree on 4th Place taken by Mike Carnahan.  That's an amazing photo. Thanks, Mike.

Jill Zuccardy sent in the two pictures of trees downed in Carroll Park. Is that a bouquet of flowers
 in honor of the fallen tree?

And here are a few my  friend Mary P.  sent over.  Can't thank you enough, Mary!



Lisanne said...

I had the same reaction about that harlequin lamp..I hope they just patch it up and keep there because that is a Carroll Gardens ICON!

Katia said...

It definitely is a classic. I remember a few years ago when someone actually repainted it.
Wouldn't be Carroll Gardens without it.

Trumbull Bully said...

Bully has to comment...

The harlequin lamp has been like that for the past year, at least. It was NOT damaged by the storm. I see that statue every day.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know the damage during the Sandy storm done to Smith St. and 9th street, between Smith and Court?

Was there flooding?