There were a lot of great pictures taken by friends and shared via social media of the massive storms that have been coming through Baltimore over the past few days. We've compiled them here as a sort of photo album.
The above picture by Stacey Mink is perhaps the most circulated and iconic of what happened to Baltimore in the rains. While city leaders are expressing shock at how a significant section of Charles Village could simply collapse and wash away, many city residents feel this should come as no surprise. This is what happens when we don't keep up with infrastructure.
And this picture is a sort of before/after that someone put together.
Call it what you want, but this is NOT a sinkhole. This is neglected infrastructure failure.
This is what it looked like in action.
And here's video of the saddest Jeep.
And the shot below, by Matt Selander, reveals the media circus that quickly pitched its tents around the collapsed street.
The above pictures were taken by Nolen Strals.
Keith Webb works at Clipper Mill and shared these photos. His place of employment has been destroyed.
Steve Baker took the shots below of the waters coming in to Hampden-area mills.
Here's footage of Meadow Mill flooding.
And here is some footage of Mt. Washington-area flooding.
And finally, George L. Peters Jr. (mobtownsocial.net) captured these great pictures of the bloated Jones Falls in all its raging glory.