On 9-25-2010 2:39 AM, LoveFilm's hamster got loose on the keyboard and
> Hey Pat - the two panos I posted were near Jewel Ave. in Kew Garden
> Hills (near Flushing).
That's 2 miles from where I was working at Sky View Parc.
> Forest Hills was also hit pretty bad. I saw some blocks that had
> entire lines of trees down.
> The man in the first pano by the red crushed car was a reporter for
> the Daily News. And the kids on the tree - that was there dad's car.
> Their mother had been hurt during the storm.
Had she been out driving in it like the lady that was killed on the freeway?
> I never saw anything like it and my own area suffered some damage as
> well. During the storm I realized something was very different and
> shut down my computer, but forgot to switch off the monitor. When I
> re-booted, every thing was wacky during startup for a while.
Do you have a surge protector? Were there any/many lightning strikes in
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Pat Swovelin <panoramas@...> wrote:
>> On 9-23-2010 7:39 PM, LoveFilm's hamster got loose on the keyboard and
>> typed ...:
>>> Some panos I took after the NY tornados last week.One touched down in
>>> Brooklyn and another in Queens.
>>> Not perfect, but ok for handheld on a monopod, I think.
>>> Canon Rebel XTiSigma 8mmMonopodPTGui
>> According to the NY Times the main areas of destruction were Queens and
>> Flushing but I only saw a couple of small trees down in the area of
>> Flushing I was in (or we'd have more downed trees panos to look at
>> here). There were thousands and thousands of trees down all over the
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