A look at hurricane Irene as its eye passed and then shortly after. When the storm cleared on Sunday there were fantastic clouds, 3-4-5 layers deep, each moving in different directions.
Update – 08/31/11: A Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad (PFARS) EMT, Michael Kenwood, lost his life attempting a water rescue during the storm. PFARS has a donation page on their web site.
I shot a pro bono campaign for PFARS in ’08. These folks are extremely dedicated, they absolutely love what they do, and they risk their lives whenever they go out.