Sign In:


PORTLAND PRESS HERALD DARKROOM
Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016

/

Helpful tips...

esc button

Use the LEFT / RIGHT keys to navigate the Darkroom

esc button

Use the UP key to show captions

esc button

Use the DOWN key to hide captions

esc button

Use the ESC key to close Darkroom

Find other amazing Darkroom photos below

  • DAILY HEADLINES

    Sign up and get all the top stories to begin the day delivered to your inbox at 5 a.m.


close x
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    Traffic stacks up on Interstate 75 north in Georgia on Thursday as people flee the coast and Hurricane Matthew. Jim Butterworth, director at the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency, said he expected the storm to arrive in coastal Georgia late Friday and continue through Saturday night.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    People stand on the pier in St. Augustine, Fla., as waves whipped up by Hurricane Matthew crash below Thursday.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    Clouds cover the sky over the Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Pier before the arrival of Hurricane Matthew on Thursday.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    Swimmers wade into high surf in Daytona Beach, Fla., churned up by Hurricane Matthew on Thursday.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    Palm trees sway in gusts of wind Thursday in Vero Beach, Fla., as Hurricane Matthew make its way to Florida's east coast from the Bahamas.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    A lifeguard patrols the beach Thursday under dark skies in Jacksonville Beach, Fla.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    Two men run for cover as rain from Hurricane Matthew begins to fall Thursday in Jacksonville Beach, Fla.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    Employees of Deerfield Beach Environmental Services fill sandbags for residents on Thursday in Deerfield Beach, Fla. The city distributed sandbags to residents in preparation for Hurricane Matthew.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    Children walk around a gas station that is boarded up in preparation for Hurricane Matthew on Sullivan's Island, S.C., on Thursday. All schools are closed around the Charleston area for Hurricane Matthew.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    With supplies for power outage response, power crews with Pike Electric from all over the United States including Texas, Georgia and North Carolina wait to be called out as needed in Pembroke Pines, Fla., on Thursday.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    Miroslava Roznovjakova and Ray Hayyat place sandbags in front of their store to guard against flooding in Daytona Beach, Fla., Thursday. Chris O'Meara/Associated Press

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    Michael Blackman, left, and Sam Titus board up a bar a few blocks from the beach Thursday in Daytona Beach, Fla. The bar is planning on staying open during Hurricane Matthew.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    Families, with their bags packed, arrive to be checked into the shelter at North Charleston High School in North Charleston, S.C., on Thursday in advance of Hurricane Matthew.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    People settle in at the shelter at Boynton Beach Community High School as Hurricane Matthew makes its way toward South Florida on Thursday.

    Show
  • Hide
    Hurricane Matthew, U.S., Oct. 6, 2016 - | of | Share this photo

    A person walks along the beach Thursday in Miami Beach, Florida, ahead of Hurricane Matthew's arrival. Javier Galeano/Reuters

    Show