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Hurricane Sandy: 6 months later

Damage left behind by Hurricane Sandy's landfall last October can still be seen along the US east coast, especially the hard hit beach front areas in New Jersey as many communities work to move forward. The storm so large, reaching 1,000 mile wide at times, was dubbed "The Superstorm" has been estim...

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A rollercoaster that once sat on the Funtown Pier in Seaside Heights, N.J., rests in the ocean, Oct. 31, 2012, after the pier was washed away when superstorm Sandy made landfall. (Julio Cortez/Associated Press)# sad it's been reclaimed

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Visual Story Tellers under 25, Photo by Zach Gibson: Photographers who are learning to make images that shout rather than whisper, covering issues near and far, often out-of-pocket and on their own time, they posses a deep affection for people and a common goal of building a better understanding of our world. The future of photojournalism may be uncertain, but this generation of photographers will have a hand in writing the new rulebook #Photography #Visual_Storytelling