Gallery Will Display Storm Photos Taken By Pro Photographers, City Residents

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Nine months after Superstorm Sandy struck our area, leaving devastation and destruction in her path, much of the damage done to the Tri-State has been repaired.

But the memories of the storm — and the photos taken — will last a lifetime.

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A photo exhibition coming to the Museum of the City of New York this fall will put on display scenes of the storm captured by both professional photographers and city residents.

“It’s easy for a lot of people to put this in the back of their mind,” Sean Corcoran, curator of prints and photographs at the museum, told The New York Times.

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Those putting together the show have received more than 5,000 images so far. They are looking for more. Photos are being accepted until Thursday night.

For submission guidelines and more information, click here.

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