MORE PHOTOS of Hurricane Irene on Lake Hopatcong

Photographer Karen Fucito shares some photos she took during and in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Irene on Sunday.

UPDATE: Lake Hopatcong is slowly receding, though it still remains 10 inches above the high-water mark, and 16 inches above the dam level as of Tuesday morning.

 

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Docks at a marina near Shallow Cove and the canals are underwater.

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Boats at the marina, just off Espanong Road, are attached to barely-visible docks under the water.

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A lone windsurfer heads across King Cove.

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Boat owners batten down the hatches at Lee’s Park Marina.

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Boat owners batten down the hatches at Lee’s Park Marina.

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Visitors walk along the bulk head at Lee’s Park Marina.

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The flag at Lee’s Park is blowing straight out in gusty conditions on Monday.

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Visitors at near Barnes Brothers Marina brave going to the end of a dock in the rough lake.

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An uprooted tree across Mt. Arlington Blvd in Landing, closing the road.

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A trio of wave runners head out from Bertrand’s Island.

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A boater docks at Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club surrounded by a flock of gulls.

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The lake inches up the shore at Dow’s Marina.

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The lake laps at the parking lot of The Windlass Restaurant.

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These young men used bed sheet to see if they could catch flight in the stiff wind.

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Using a bed sheet to try to lift up in Irene’s tropical-force winds.

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