It's already become one of the most iconic images of New York City post-Hurricane Sandy. The photo, captured by Dutch photographer Iwan Baan, shows the city's powerless southern end mostly blacked-out in the wake of Sandy, and the more fortunate midtown and northern areas still lit.



Baan shot the aerial image with a Canon EOS-1D X digital SLR from a helicopter over the city last Wednesday night. The stunning shot was chosen for the cover of this week's New York magazine.

“It was the only way to show that New York was two…

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via Imaging Resource News Page

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