Friday, September 19, 2008

Hurricane Ike Photos

I don't normally do this, but I set up a website with most of the photos I took. It is set up so you can pick from a gallery of images or you can see it as a slide show. When I have time later, I may set up a video presentation of it. I have it set up over 6 pages, so it will be easy to see the images you are most interested in.

I started with images from Thursday, the day before the storm hit. I have dawn and wave images from Friday morning. I have to say watching the waves come in at the seawall made me feel as though the gulf was filling up and sloshing over. As the water got deeper on the other side of the seawall, the swells looked like what you would see when you are out in the deep sea.

My better images I am posting at Digital Railroad. I've got several stitched panoramas in this collection. So if you want to see a more condensed version check there over the next few days. It takes awhile to get all the digital images free from sensor dust and the levels/curves adjustments made, plus captioning and keywording.

Perhaps I should have edited more, but especially with the storm damage photographs, perhaps someone can identify their property since they are not allowing residents in yet to assess the damage.

1 comment:

nina said...

We experienced Ike this year--the worst hurricane related windstorm in Ohio since 1910.
Wow, what a guy!