Photographer Snaps Shots of Eerie Pyramids in NYC

Debris left behind by Hurricane Sandy is gathered and piled up in the form of pyramids

  Debris left behind by Hurricane Sandy in NYC is gathered and piled up in the form of pyramids, in Queens
Stéphane Missier a.k.a. Charles le Brigand, a photographer working out of Brooklyn, has managed to capture a shot of these eerie-looking pyramids in one of the busiest cities in the world.

Stéphane Missier a.k.a. Charles le Brigand, a photographer working out of Brooklyn, has managed to capture a shot of these eerie-looking pyramids in one of the busiest cities in the world.

He came across the Jacob Riis Park in The Rockaways, Queens, where debris left behind by Hurricane Sandy is gathered and piled up in the form of pyramids.

“I knew the city was using the parking lot as a debris transfer site but I wasn’t expecting such an eerie landscape,” he told the Blaze.

As the sight was complemented by generators as well as construction trucks hauling in the debris and other heavy equipment, he was reminded of a lunar scenery.

It looks like the “dark side of the moon, the Sahara [desert] and the pre-Columbian pyramids,” he describes.

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