Hillspoint Road, near Schlaet’s Point. It was heavily damaged last year by Hurricane Irene, too. (Photo/Betsy Phillips)
Soundview Avenue was filled with mud and debris this morning. It looked like this back in the 1920s too. (Photo/Adam Stolpen)
Part of the Soundview Avenue seawall lies in the road. (Photo/Betsy Phillips)
Raking leaves is no longer an issue on Soundview Avenue. Removing sand is. (Photo/Betsy Phillips)
This very heavy bench started out on the beach. (Photo/Betsy Phillips)
South Compo Road, looking north near Bluewater Hill. (Photo/Adam Stolpen)
The Norwalk Avenue berm held yesterday, says photographer Betsy Phillips, and helped tame the first part of the storm. The Danbury Avenue berm washed away at the tail end of yesterday’s high tide.
Bill Kiedasch spotted this rainbow this morning, on Green’s Farms Road near South Compo.
The scene at Compo Beach this morning. “Annie” was right. (Photo/Adam Stolpen)
And Westport is just a small part of Sandy’s wrath.