|A walk in the dark|
Photographs and notes from a long walk home during the Blackout of 2003.
|By Dustin Ross / New York|
|Monday, September 29, 2003|
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On Thursday, August 14, starting at 4:10 p.m., twenty-one power plants in the Northeast and Midwest shut down in a span of three minutes. Energy grids quickly dried up, computer screens shut off, and lights fizzled as millions of Americans suddenly found themselves without power.
This collection of photographs documents a seven-hour, six-mile walk home from 60th Street in Manhattan to Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn.
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