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Another night in the dark for lower Manhattan creates unusual views of the city

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A blacked-out lower Manhattan is seen from the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn on Oct. 30. Lower Manhattan is still suffering from widespread power outages and flooding from Hurricane Sandy.

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A darkened Flatiron Building stands in a section of Manhattan still in a blackout following Hurricane Sandy on Oct. 30, 2012.

With the power out, the Flatiron (above) looks strikingly similar to how it looked in an earlier era, when Edward Steichen made his famous night view of the building.

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People are illuminated by a light from a car battery as they wait to leave the city on a bus heading to North Carolina from the Chinatown area of New York on Oct. 30.

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The dark skyline of lower Manhattan is seen from a rooftop in Brooklyn on Oct. 30.

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A dark lower Manhattan is seen from a NY Waterways ferry in Jersey City, N.J., on the morning of Oct. 31.

After days without power, residents of lower Manhattan have begun searching for new ways to charge their devices, even if it means standing out in the cold.

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