Two weeks into the aftermath of the storm that devastated the northeastern coast, many marinas remain a ghostly reminder of the impact on the bay side. On a rare warm day in November, the sun shined upon the damage as I captured the scene from the perspective of the water on a boat ride southbound through Sandy Hook Bay.
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Inside the Marinas and the Shrewsbury of the Jersey Shore, Post Sandy
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