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Brooklyn-based photographer Stephane Missier, aka Charles le Brigand, was biking through Queens, N.Y., after Hurricane Sandy when he spotted a number of eerie pyramids in a parking lot at Jacob Riis Park near the Rockaways, according to Yahoo! News.

He had been documenting the toll Sandy had taken on the New York area and decided to snap some photos of the 18 sand pyramids, measuring 30 feet tall.

The pyramids were not some marvels of nature, but rather manmade dunes created by workers cleaning up the area strewn with ocean debris in the wake of the storm in October.

(Source: The Huffington Post)

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