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Photos: Scenes from the powerful nor’easter

Scenes from Saturday:

"Mittens" was bundled and carried by Mitchell Wojtasinski, son in law to Mary Johnson, as they departed their storm-damaged home in Quincy.
"Mittens" was bundled and carried by Mitchell Wojtasinski, son in law to Mary Johnson, as they departed their storm-damaged home in Quincy.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
Sue Parmer took photos of the rising surf on Oceanside Drive at high tide in Scituate on Saturday.
Sue Parmer took photos of the rising surf on Oceanside Drive at high tide in Scituate on Saturday.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
A man watched as waves flooded into Fan Pier in the Seaport District in Boston.
A man watched as waves flooded into Fan Pier in the Seaport District in Boston.Keith Bedford/Globe Staff
Jacob Gurner walked through a flooded backyard after checking on his home on Otis Road in Scituate.
Jacob Gurner walked through a flooded backyard after checking on his home on Otis Road in Scituate.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
A front-end loader cleared sand from Turner Road in Scituate on Saturday morning.
A front-end loader cleared sand from Turner Road in Scituate on Saturday morning. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
A tree landed on a house on Larchmont Lane in Hanover.
A tree landed on a house on Larchmont Lane in Hanover.David L Ryan/Globe Staff
Donato Frattaroli, owner of Captain Fishbones in Marina Bay in Quincy, cleaned up after storm.
Donato Frattaroli, owner of Captain Fishbones in Marina Bay in Quincy, cleaned up after storm.Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff

Scenes from Friday:

A mother and child were rescued by a boat from their home in Quincy.
A mother and child were rescued by a boat from their home in Quincy. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
 Firefighter Jack Bulman of the Scituate Fire Department looks over a flooded Jericho Road.
Firefighter Jack Bulman of the Scituate Fire Department looks over a flooded Jericho Road.Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Oceanside Drive resident Kate McRoberts passed through a flooded Kenneth Rd in Scituate on Friday.
Oceanside Drive resident Kate McRoberts passed through a flooded Kenneth Rd in Scituate on Friday.Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Utility poles and power lines fell on Arsenal Street in Watertown.
Utility poles and power lines fell on Arsenal Street in Watertown. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe
A pedestrian struggled to walk through the water on Causeway Street.
A pedestrian struggled to walk through the water on Causeway Street. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff
Flooding along East Squantum Street in Quincy.
Flooding along East Squantum Street in Quincy.Stan Grossfeld//Globe staff
A person dashed through the rising water as seen from inside a dry coffee shop.
A person dashed through the rising water as seen from inside a dry coffee shop. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff
Waves crashed against the seawall along Turner Road in Scituate.
Waves crashed against the seawall along Turner Road in Scituate.Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
A couple kept high and dry by standing on top of a garden planter on State Street.
A couple kept high and dry by standing on top of a garden planter on State Street. David L Ryan/Globe Staff
Daniel Cunningham dodged waves on E. Squantum Street in Quincy.
Daniel Cunningham dodged waves on E. Squantum Street in Quincy.Stan Grossfeld//Globe Staff
A rescue worker held a crying baby rescued with her mother from a flooded home on Post Island Road in Quincy.
A rescue worker held a crying baby rescued with her mother from a flooded home on Post Island Road in Quincy.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Ryan Adams placed sandbags at the entrance of 255 State St. in Boston.
Ryan Adams placed sandbags at the entrance of 255 State St. in Boston.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
Waves crashed onto a house along Turner Road in Scituate.
Waves crashed onto a house along Turner Road in Scituate. Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff