- Today I rsvp’d to participate in an alumni photography exhibition that will be held over homecoming weekend this year featuring former photographers from James Madison University. They asked for three photos to be submitted and I’m fairly sure I’ll send the “Iceman” pic, so that only leaves me with several hundred thousand of other images to sort through!
The “world’s largest” stop-motion animation, shot on a Nokia N8.
Click here to watch the finished film: Gulp
An EF1 tornado scored a direct hit on the grounds of the Canandaigua Yacht Club in Canandaigua, NY on Saturday afternoon, August 29, 2009.
There are trees down everywhere. Power lines were also down because the poles had been snapped in half.
Several boats were sunk in the mooring field with just the masts or a small portion of the hull showing. But the major damage was done in the parking area where “Shark Park” was a total mess. I don’t think I saw one Shark that was unscathed.
J-24’s were tipped off their trailers or blown across the lot.
The whole Vanguard 15 fleet was blown off the end of the parking area and most were in the water by the beach and underneath the North dinghy rack which landed on top of them.
The pavilion was off of the foundation and will have to be seriously repaired before it can be safely used again.
Wow! For a storm that reportedly lasted only 90 seconds, it caused a major mess. No one was hurt, so there is some good news.
Cleanup begins as soon as the insurance companies do their documentation.
More to follow… There is a post on the Canandaigua Yacht Club homepage with a note to stay away until Tuesday and to keep checking the site for updates.
I’ve posted damage photos on Flickr.