Southeastern Storm Season

April 29, 2011 Artical by Layne

This time each year storms are prevalent to the Southeast. The devastation caused by the tornadoes that touched ground in North Carolina 2 weeks ago was considered the worst in years. I was unable to capture the storm itself, but I did document what was left around my neighborhood once it was gone. I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like this before in person. The city cemetery, one of the oldest in North Carolina, was even hit hard. It was a pretty sad day of walking around town to say the least.

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I was fortunate to have no damage at all. It was a different story just 3 blocks from my apartment. There are many different benefits being held around the city to raise money for the tornado victims.


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