Massive Repository Created of Bahamas Images Post Hurricane Dorian

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After Hurricane Dorian tore through the Bahamas, Jim Abernethy and Dack Patriaca took aerial images of the affected areas and uploaded about 1800 of them to a Google drive. Sharing them with everyone who had access to the internet, they’ve been a great resource for people looking for updates from the Bahamas. The majority of the images are high resolution, something not readily available with the way social media images are compressed.

In a note on Instagram, Abernethy stated “Free images of Post Dorian Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama available! Many of you have asked me about the specific islands and homes I photographed as one of the first planes into Abaco and Grand Bahama after Dorian” He went on to say “Please feel free to look through them or use them to help answer any the many questions you’re looking to answer. If you use them please credit me @jim_abernethy or @hyper.heli.” Click here to see full Instagram post.

At the end of the post, he includes information on how to help the Bahamas through the Eagles’ Wings Foundation. You can find information on their Bahamas fundraiser or drop off supplies to their office at 514 14th St. West Palm Beach, Florida 33401.

Browse the Bahamas images post Hurricane Dorian. Note – All images appear to have been taken September 4-5.

Photo credit to Jim Abernethy and Dack Patriaca.

Read about more continuous updates on the Bahamas post Hurricane Dorian including links to fundraisers.

Author: Tom W.

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