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WATCH: New York City goes dark after Sandy


Digital writers
theweathernetwork.com

Tuesday, October 29, 2013, 6:08 PM - New York City is amazingly captured through a series of time-lapses and stills after Hurricane Sandy leaves thousands in the dark.

They say it's the city that never sleeps. 

New York, its bright lights and high rise towers a symbol of hope that for many represents the United States.

Stunningly, exactly one-year ago the lights went out and New York was quiet.

Hurricane Sandy had struck and it delivered pounding gusts and heavy rain.

With the power out in half of Manhattan, photographer Jared Levy and cinematographer Michael Marantz saw New York in a completely new way and wanted to capture the moment. 

Combining both of their experiences in stills and video over one weekend, they created NYC Dark.

For more of their projects, you can visit the website of their studio, Already Alive.

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