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Hurricane Sandy's Sand

Uploaded by: Skyepony

Sunday November 4, 2012

Indialantic, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Hurricane Sandy brought millions of dollars of sand to East Central Florida. The new tidal pool/trench is where the beach used to end & the ocean began. Sandy brought far more beach than I've ever seen in this area. Not only is the sand bar new, the old beach is ~five foot higher than it used to be. It used to be 9 stairs down to the beach now it's only 4.

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9. llpj04
1:39 AM GMT on November 30, 2012
That's a lot of sand!
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8. BriarCraft
12:57 AM GMT on November 30, 2012
I would imagine having new sand along your shore is a good thing, what with beach erosion happening just about everywhere.
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7. gilg72
4:05 PM GMT on November 11, 2012
Wow! Very interesting. Great photo report series. Thank you for sharing.
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6. shauntanner (Admin)
3:38 PM GMT on November 11, 2012
That is amazing. Some things are hard for us to comprehend.
5. jllammers
9:17 AM GMT on November 10, 2012
Great picture! I moved from Fort Pierce a little over a year ago and I miss Florida's beaches.
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4. Skyepony
5:45 AM GMT on November 10, 2012
Wow..VIP. Thanks PhotoModerators:)

& thanks everyone for commenting. I was really beside myself. Never in all my years have we had that wide of a beach there!
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3. CythiaSue
2:24 AM GMT on November 10, 2012
I think this should be a VIP - for the important weather news!
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2. CythiaSue
2:22 AM GMT on November 10, 2012
wow, you never know how the wind will blow
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1. Minnemike
4:31 PM GMT on November 09, 2012
whoa Skye!! that is impressive.
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