From a Scuba Diver In The Subway to the Statue Of Liberty under attack from Sandy’s massive storm surge. Take a look at these fake hurricane Sandy photos that everybody is sharing on social media. link | link | link
Scuba Diver In The Subway
The bulk of the faux photos involve varying degree of skill with image-editing software like Photoshop. In this imaginative mash-up, a scuba diver explores a Times Square subway stop in Manhattan.
Storm Clouds Behind The Statue Of Liberty
This never happened … It’s all a figment of Photoshop’s very vivid imagination.
Don’t worry — Ronald McDonald is safe. The above photo is from a 2009 art installation.
The Statue Of Liberty under attack from Sandy’s massive storm surge
Really? We need to tell you this still from “The Day After Tomorrow” is totally fake?
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
This image of guards at the Tomb of the Unkown Soldier is real, but it was taken during a storm back in September.
Shark Swims Through Streets of New Jersey
The rogue shark photo seems to pop up every time a major weather event happens, including in 2011 during Hurricane Irene.
Amazing view of a storm brewing over lower Manhattan
Sort of true — only it happened more than a year ago. The original appeared on the Wall Street Journal in 2011
Hurricane Sandy as seen from the International Space Station
It’s very cool, but this is Hurricane Ike as seen from the International Space Station in 2008.