Here’s the second round of photos and videos submitted by Sheepshead Bites readers. If you want to share photos or videos with your neighbors, send them to [email protected].
Above and below, reader Michael Y. recorded how the water was looking at the Manhattan Beach esplanade and the Shore Boulevard side of the Bay, at approximately 1:20 p.m. So, yes, this is low-tide.
Reader achiko grabbed some more of Manhattan Beach, in this film of a flooded West End Avenue earlier this morning.
Achiko also captured the Ocean Avenue footbridge, where water was lapping up underneath the boards.
Amanda Ardito shows us what a downed tree looks like. We have a feeling we’ll be seeing this a lot more as Hurricane Sandy rolls through:
Erica Koyfman says that things are looking calm and quiet over on Brighton Beach, near Ocean Parkway. She took this photo at approximately 1:00 p.m.:
Mike Cipolla said the tide was pretty darn high at around 11:00 a.m. today:
A lot of people are telling us about Weber Court, off Emmons Avenue, a small half-block stretch of bungalows. It’s underwater – even during low tide. Here’s a photo sent by Charles H.:
The folks at Weber might need rescuing. Good thing that the 61st Precinct was showing off its boats yesterday. Photographer Tinx Chan caught them around 5:00 p.m. yesterday:
Weber Court’s neighbor, Il Fornetto, is growing a lake, as seen by William Michael:
William also shows us that even after the early morning’s surge receded, the Bay’s water level was still high:
We noticed the footbridge is closed:
As is Emmons Avenue:
But people were still feeding the swans as of 11:00 a.m.:
Though Roll-N-Roaster ain’t feeding anybody:
And during my own walk around, I came across this. Bad omen, or what?