Hurricane Isabel Photos


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September 17, 2003: Infrared GOES satellite image of Hurricane Isabel. Photo Credit: NASA



September 18, 2003: Hurricane Isabel lashes Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Photo Credit: Courtesy Mark Young/The Journal Newspapers



September 18, 2003: Preparation for Hurricane Isabel in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Photo Credit: Courtesy Mark Young/The Journal Newspapers



September 19, 2003: After Hurricane Isabel in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Photo Credit: Courtesy Mark Young/The Journal Newspapers



September 19, 2003: After Hurricane Isabel in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Photo Credit: Courtesy Mark Young/The Journal Newspapers



September 19, 2003: After Hurricane Isabel in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Photo Credit: Courtesy Mark Young/The Journal Newspapers



September 18, 2003: During Hurricane Isabel in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Photo Credit: Courtesy Mark Young/The Journal Newspapers



September 12, 2003: Damage from Hurricane Isabel in Washington, D.C. Tree at E and 3rd Streets S.E., hitting two cars.



September 12, 2003: Damage from Hurricane Isabel in Washington, D.C. Two trees down on E Street S.E. at 4th Street.



September 19, 2003: Damage from Hurricane Isabel in Washington, D.C. Fallen tree and telephone pole in alley between D and E Streets, 5th and 6th Streets, S.E.



September 19, 2003: Damage from Hurricane Isabel in Washington, D.C. Tree down at Marion Park, 4th and E Streets, S.E.



September 19, 2003: Damage from Hurricane Isabel in Washington, D.C. Tree down at E Street, near 4th Street.



September 19, 2003: Damage from Hurricane Isabel in Washington, D.C. Tree at E and 3rd Streets S.E.



September 19, 2003: Damage from Hurricane Isabel in Washington, D.C. Tree down 4th and E Streets S.E.



September 19, 2003: Damage from Hurricane Isabel in Washington, D.C. Tree down 4th and E Streets S.E.



September 19, 2003: After Hurricane Isabel in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Photo Credit: Courtesy Mark Young/The Journal Newspapers



September 18, 2003: A WJLA-ABC7 reporter in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Photo Credit: Courtesy Mark Young/The Journal Newspapers


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September 19, 2003: After Hurricane Isabel in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Photo Credit: Courtesy Mark Young/The Journal Newspapers


September 18, 2003: Driving during Hurricane Isabel in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Photo Credit: Courtesy Mark Young/The Journal Newspapers



September 18, 2003: During the height of Isabel, a distant transformer explodes, lighting the sky shades of red and blue. Photo Credit: Kevin Ambrose



September 18, 2003: Effects along the New Jersey Coast from Isabel. Photo Credit: Steven Maciejewski



September 18, 2003: Effects along the New Jersey Coast from Isabel. Photo Credit: Steven Maciejewski



September 18, 2003: Effects along the New Jersey Coast from Isabel. Photo Credit: Steven Maciejewski



September 18, 2003: Effects along the New Jersey Coast from Isabel. Photo Credit: Steven Maciejewski



September 20, 2003: Isabel downed this tree directly onto a house in Fairfax County. The homeowners were in the basement when the tree fell. The house will need to be rebuilt. Photo Credit: Kevin Ambrose



September 19, 2003: Volunteers from Georgia are in Fairfax, Virginia to restore power after Isabel. Photo Credit: Kevin Ambrose



September 19, 2003: One last swing after Isabel downed a 75-yr black locust tree that held a 40-foot rope swing. Photo Credit: Kevin Ambrose



September 19, 2003: A tree lands in the middle of a house in Oakton, VA. Photo Credit: Kevin Ambrose



September 19, 2003: Volunteers from Florida and Georgia work to restore power in Fairfax, County. Photo Credit: Kevin Ambrose



September 19, 2003: Waples Mill road is blocked by a tree that fell over power lines. Photo Credit: Kevin Ambrose



September 19, 2003: A church in Fairfax County takes a near miss from an oak tree. Photo Credit: Kevin Ambrose



September 24, 2003: Heavy rains following Isabel have turned Great Falls on the Potomac River into a torrent. Over two inches of rain across the D.C. area created a second round of flooding. Photo Credit: Kevin Ambrose



September 17, 2003: Approaching Hurricane Isabel provides a beautiful sunset over the Lincoln Memorial as bands of cirrus clouds spiraled into the area during the late afternoon and evening. Photo Credit: Kevin Ambrose



September 16, 2003: The calm before the storm. The Sun rises over the James River near Williamsburg, Virginia. Photo Credit: Kevin Ambrose


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