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November 02, 2012
Bill Greene/globe staff
A man secured the lines on a boat in Eel Pond in Woods Hole during Hurricane Sandy
Suzanne Kreiter/globe staff
South Shore residents got a closer look at the building surf in Hull before Hurricane Sandy arrived.
Darren Durlach/globe staff
Mark Harrington held his ground while being walloped by a giant wave on the second-story balcony of his brother Rick's Oceanside Drive home in Scituate.
David L. Ryan/globe staff
Waves crash over homes on Turner Road in Scituate.
Jillian Webb and Arianna Corso of Dennis walked on Lighthouse Beach in Chatham as Hurricane Sandy pelted them with wind and sand.
Jason Locke pushed mud out of his mother's home at Horseneck Beach in Westport after the storm.
Wendy Maeda/globe staff
Heavy surf pounded the Outer Cape along the Truro-Wellfleet line.
Jonathan Wiggs/globe staff
President Obama visited with diners at the Common Man restaurant during a campaign stop in Merrimack, N.H.
Jim Davis/globe staff
Annalouisa Rodriguez, 8, of Mexico had her face made up for Halloween by a professional artist at a street side tent in Salem.
Bob Foster gave candy to trick-or-treater Sarina Krishnaswamy, 8, at the La Flamme Barber Shop in Lexington as barber John Makris gave John Reece a haircut.
Barry Chin/globe staff
Eagles quarterback Chase Rettig (11) recovered his own fumble on the game-winning fourth-quarter drive against Maryland at Boston College.