Tuesday, October 4, 2022

In pictures: 2018, a year-end visual review

Don't feel like reading a ton to catch up on what happened this year? Scroll through this curated collection of Port City Daily's 2018 photos.

Tegan Harmon considers how to remove a tree entangled in vines at the house of Sheri Ray on Monday, September 24, 2018. (Port City Daily photo | Mark Darrough)
Tegan Harmon considers how to remove a tree entangled in vines at the house of Sheri Ray on Monday, September 24, 2018. (Port City Daily photo | Mark Darrough)

SOUTHEASTERN, N.C. — Though we do our best to tell our readers what’s going on, sometimes, showing them what’s happening can say far more.

To wrap up 2018, we put together a year-end, chronological, visual review.

RELATED: Florence in Review, Part Two: Evacuees return, inland flooding intensifies

From a rare snow storm, to election season, to political controversies, to one of the biggest storms this region has ever seen, 2018 brought plenty of images worth capturing.

Hurricane Florence brought alarming images, so many that we dedicated two separate galleries for storm-related photography. Check out part one, before the storm, and part two, evacuees return.

Here’s the full 2018 year-end review:

In pictures: 2018


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