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Execution in Persia, 1906.  View of the place of execution, in front a Kurdish criminal who is to be shot with a cannon. ©Scherl/Süddeutsche Zeitung Photo/ The Image Works
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Execution in Persia, 1906. View of the place of execution, in front a Kurdish criminal who is to be shot with a cannon.
©Scherl/Süddeutsche Zeitung Photo/ The Image Works
St. Petersburg , Florida - A tree down from the winds of Hurricane Irma narrowly misses a home on 7th Street and 8th Ave. N in the Uptown neighborhood of St. Petersburg Monday morning   September 11, 2017    ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
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St. Petersburg , Florida - A tree down from the winds of Hurricane Irma narrowly misses a home on 7th Street and 8th Ave. N in the Uptown neighborhood of St. Petersburg Monday morning September 11, 2017 ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
St. Petersburg , Florida - A tree is uprooted along with a falling fence resulting from the winds of Hurricane Irma at the Campbell Park Recreation Center & E.H. McLin Pool facilities at 601 14th St. S in St. Petersburg Monday morning September 11, 2017   ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
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A tree is uprooted along with a falling fence resulting from the winds of Hurricane Irma at the Campbell Park Recreation Center & E.H. McLin Pool facilities at 601 14th St. S in St. Petersburg Monday morning September 11, 2017 ©Tampa Bay Times / Dirk Shadd / The Image Works
St. Petersburg , Florida - A giant Banyan tree toppled into a home on the 6100 Block of 3rd Street S. after Hurricane Irma passed through St. Petersburg, Fla. on Monday, September 11, 2017  ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
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A giant Banyan tree toppled into a home on the 6100 Block of 3rd Street S. after Hurricane Irma passed through St. Petersburg, Fla. on Monday, September 11, 2017 ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
St. Petersburg , Florida - A tree rests on the roof of a home on Alcazar Way S. in Lakewood Estates after Hurricane Irma passed through St. Petersburg, Fla. on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
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A tree rests on the roof of a home on Alcazar Way S. in Lakewood Estates after Hurricane Irma passed through St. Petersburg, Fla. on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
Tampa , Florida - Many St. Petersburg homes, like this one on 86th Ave. North, had trees topple onto them causing roof damage during Hurricane Irma Monday, Sept. 11, 2017.   ©Tampa Bay Times / James Borchuck / The Image Works
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Many St. Petersburg homes, like this one on 86th Ave. North, had trees topple onto them causing roof damage during Hurricane Irma Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. ©Tampa Bay Times / James Borchuck / The Image Works
Tampa , Florida - Bill Bigelow of St. Petersburg tries to find his water shut off valve after a 50-foot Monkey Puzzle evergreen tree, left,  toppled over during Hurricane Irma and took his main water line with it Monday, Sept. 11, 2017.  Bigelow also had a Cedar Tree, right, land on the roof of his home on 86th Ave. North.©Tampa Bay Times / James Borchuck / The Image Works
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Bill Bigelow of St. Petersburg tries to find his water shut off valve after a 50-foot Monkey Puzzle evergreen tree, left, toppled over during Hurricane Irma and took his main water line with it Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Bigelow also had a Cedar Tree, right, land on the roof of his home on 86th Ave. North.©Tampa Bay Times / James Borchuck / The Image Works
St. Petersburg , Florida - A view of the old Merriwhether Building on the 1000 block of 22nd Street South next to the Boys and Girls Club that collapsed overnight as Hurricane Irma passed through St. Petersburg, Fla. on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Mamie Morris, 63, said she had already lost power late Sunday night and was trying to see how others were doing when she saw the south wall of the building collapse. "I'm looking out my door and I see this brick wall go right down," Morris said. "I'm watching it collapse right to the ground." The City of St. Petersburg had personnel on hand Monday afternoon to secure the area. Workers had not yet determined what caused the destruction.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
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A view of the old Merriwhether Building on the 1000 block of 22nd Street South next to the Boys and Girls Club that collapsed overnight as Hurricane Irma passed through St. Petersburg, Fla. on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Mamie Morris, 63, said she had already lost power late Sunday night and was trying to see how others were doing when she saw the south wall of the building collapse. "I'm looking out my door and I see this brick wall go right down," Morris said. "I'm watching it collapse right to the ground." The City of St. Petersburg had personnel on hand Monday afternoon to secure the area. Workers had not yet determined what caused the destruction. ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
Tampa , Florida -  Beach erosion occurred at Upham Beach, St. Pete Beach during Hurricane Irma. A sand cliff has formed on part of the beach. The view is looking south.  September 12, 2017  ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Keeler / The Image Works
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Beach erosion occurred at Upham Beach, St. Pete Beach during Hurricane Irma. A sand cliff has formed on part of the beach. The view is looking south. September 12, 2017 ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Keeler / The Image Works
St. Petersburg , Florida - Larry Lee plays with DJ Woods, 17 months, while waiting for Hurricane Irma to hit at the emergency shelter at John Hopkins Middle School on Sunday, September 10, 2017   ©Tampa Bay Times / Eve Edelheit / The Image Works
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Larry Lee plays with DJ Woods, 17 months, while waiting for Hurricane Irma to hit at the emergency shelter at John Hopkins Middle School on Sunday, September 10, 2017 ©Tampa Bay Times / Eve Edelheit / The Image Works
Justin Maschue (left) and girlfriend Charlene Garcia climb through fallen branches to reach their home in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day. The couple discovered their recently-purchased home to be damaged but not destroyed.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Justin Maschue (left) and girlfriend Charlene Garcia climb through fallen branches to reach their home in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day. The couple discovered their recently-purchased home to be damaged but not destroyed. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
A truck buried in fallen branches is seen in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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A truck buried in fallen branches is seen in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
St. Petersburg, Florida -  Beach erosion occurred at Upham Beach, St. Pete Beach during Hurricane Irma. A sand cliff has formed on part of the beach. The view is looking northwest. T groins have been further exposed on the beach. ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Keeler / The Image Works
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Beach erosion occurred at Upham Beach, St. Pete Beach during Hurricane Irma. A sand cliff has formed on part of the beach. The view is looking northwest. T groins have been further exposed on the beach. ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Keeler / The Image Works
Ramiro Gutierrez and girlfriend Darleen Alaniz walk down a flooded street to inspect the damaged homes of friends and family following Hurricane Irma in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day.     ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Ramiro Gutierrez and girlfriend Darleen Alaniz walk down a flooded street to inspect the damaged homes of friends and family following Hurricane Irma in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
The remnants of a home decimated by Hurricane Irma are seen in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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The remnants of a home decimated by Hurricane Irma are seen in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa , Florida -  Bill Bigelow of St. Petersburg looks under the root ball of a 50-foot Monkey Puzzle evergreen tree after it toppled over during Hurricane Irma and landed on his roof Monday, Sept. 11, 2017.  Bigelow also had a Cedar Tree, right, land on his home on 86th Ave. North.  ©Tampa Bay Times / James Borchuck / The Image Works
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Bill Bigelow of St. Petersburg looks under the root ball of a 50-foot Monkey Puzzle evergreen tree after it toppled over during Hurricane Irma and landed on his roof Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Bigelow also had a Cedar Tree, right, land on his home on 86th Ave. North. ©Tampa Bay Times / James Borchuck / The Image Works
Tampa , Florida -  (Center) Trinity Cafe executive director Mandy Cloninger holds hands with cafe volunteers during prayer prior to lunchtime at the cafe located at 2801 N Nebraska Avenue on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, in Tampa, Fla. The cafe offers free meals prepared by professional chefs to homeless and needy people, who are served at the table by volunteers. The cafe stayed open throughout the weekend during Hurricane Irma.  ©Tampa Bay Times / Da Pra  Alessandra  / The Image Works         Tampa FL  2017-09-11   Tampa Bay Times
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(Center) Trinity Cafe executive director Mandy Cloninger holds hands with cafe volunteers during prayer prior to lunchtime at the cafe located at 2801 N Nebraska Avenue on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, in Tampa, Fla. The cafe offers free meals prepared by professional chefs to homeless and needy people, who are served at the table by volunteers. The cafe stayed open throughout the weekend during Hurricane Irma.
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Islamorada, Florida-  Extensive damage and destruction from Hurricane Irma is seen at the Seabreeze Trailer Park in Islamorada, Fla., on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017. Many of the park's trailer homes were completely destroyed.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Extensive damage and destruction from Hurricane Irma is seen at the Seabreeze Trailer Park in Islamorada, Fla., on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017. Many of the park's trailer homes were completely destroyed. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Islamorada, Florida-  Bill Quinn inspects the foundation where his mobile home used to stand at the Seabreeze Trailer Park in Islamorada, Fla., on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017. Hurricane Irma decimated the park and took Quinn's trailer with it.       ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Bill Quinn inspects the foundation where his mobile home used to stand at the Seabreeze Trailer Park in Islamorada, Fla., on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017. Hurricane Irma decimated the park and took Quinn's trailer with it. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Palm Harbor , Florida -  Residents make their way into Joseph L. Carwise Middle School to shelter ahead of Hurricane Irma Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017 in Palm Harbor. The storm is forecasted to affect the Tampa Bay area overnight with winds subsiding Monday.Palm Harbor FL    ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Residents make their way into Joseph L. Carwise Middle School to shelter ahead of Hurricane Irma Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017 in Palm Harbor. The storm is forecasted to affect the Tampa Bay area overnight with winds subsiding Monday.Palm Harbor FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
Islamorada, Florida-  Extensive damage and destruction from Hurricane Irma is seen at the Seabreeze Trailer Park in Islamorada, Fla., on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017. Many of the park's trailer homes were completely destroyed.      ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Extensive damage and destruction from Hurricane Irma is seen at the Seabreeze Trailer Park in Islamorada, Fla., on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017. Many of the park's trailer homes were completely destroyed. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Ramiro Gutierrez wades through floodwaters in front of the remnants of a decimated home following Hurricane Irma in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day.  ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Ramiro Gutierrez wades through floodwaters in front of the remnants of a decimated home following Hurricane Irma in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa , Florida -  Brent Price  navigates Squirrel Run Way in Valrico in his canoe as he passes a neighbors house in his flooded community located off of Lithia Pinecrest Road. Price had evacuated his house for Irma but returned on Monday morning September 11, 2017 to check on his house and the family cats.  Water had not yet made it into the house "We will have to see what happens with the storm surge" said Price as he paddled back to his truck.Tampa FL    ©Tampa Bay Times / Skip O’Rourke / The Image Works
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Brent Price navigates Squirrel Run Way in Valrico in his canoe as he passes a neighbors house in his flooded community located off of Lithia Pinecrest Road. Price had evacuated his house for Irma but returned on Monday morning September 11, 2017 to check on his house and the family cats. Water had not yet made it into the house "We will have to see what happens with the storm surge" said Price as he paddled back to his truck.Tampa FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Skip O’Rourke / The Image Works
Ramiro Gutierrez takes in the remnants of a decimated home following Hurricane Irma in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Ramiro Gutierrez takes in the remnants of a decimated home following Hurricane Irma in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Manuel Angeles (left) carries a chainsaw for clearing debris on a flooded street following Hurricane Irma in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. At right, his nephew Francisco Angeles, 12, paddles a boat with a shovel. The family got together to work on the street, where they would soon move back in, along with neighbors. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day.     ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Manuel Angeles (left) carries a chainsaw for clearing debris on a flooded street following Hurricane Irma in southern Collier County, Fla., on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. At right, his nephew Francisco Angeles, 12, paddles a boat with a shovel. The family got together to work on the street, where they would soon move back in, along with neighbors. Irma made landfall in the area as a category 3 hurricane the prior day. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works

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