Photos of the East End during COVID-19

Sights & Scenes Across The East End




Main Street in East Hampton over Memorial Day Weekend. Independent/Richard Lewin
One of three passengers that got off the 5:45 PM Long Island Rail Road train arriving in Montauk, on Friday, May 22. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
Man crossing street with mask in Southampton on May 21. Independent/Rob Rich/www.societyallure.com
On Friday, May 22, Southampton Arts Center, in partnership with the Village of Southampton and the Southampton Association, held a dedication of the space on its Job’s Lane wall with the unveiling of five 12-foot-long banners displaying a photo of each 2020 Southampton High School graduate. Independent/Richard Lewin
Selfies at Montauk Lighthouse. Independent/Richard Lewin
In front of Le Chef on Jobs Lane in Southampton on May 21. Independent/Rob Rich/www.societyallure.com
A sign urging people to respect Montauk on display at Ditch Plains Beach. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
A lifeguard leaves Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett. Independent/Richard Lewin
Main Street Southampton on May 21. Independent/Rob Rich/www.societyallure.com
Fishermen line up along the beach at Gerard Drive in East Hampton. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
A man is helped with his face mask at Nick’s Beach in Montauk on May 24. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
Main street in Sag Harbor on May 21. Independent/Rob Rich/www.societyallure.com
Teachers and staff from the John Marshall Elementary School did a processional parade through neighborhoods to greet their students in East Hampton on May 21. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
Signs throughout Sag Harbor urge visitors to wear masks as part of “The Mask Project” campaign. Independent/Lisa Tamburini
Main Street in Southampton on May 21. Independent/Rob Rich/www.societyallure.com
Sign outside of Sag Harbor Cinema. Independent/Rob Rich/www.societyallure.com
Main Street Montauk over Memorial Day Weekend. Independent/T.E. McMorrow

 

A discarded mask sits wedged in the opening of a garbage can along Main Street in East Hampton on May 7. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
A painted rock by @ehrocks1 sits near a tree along Main Street in East Hampton on May 7. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
Signs that read “Hope Is Not Canceled” and “Thank You All Of Our Heroes” on the corner of Noyac and Long Beach Road in Sag Harbor. Independent/Lisa Tamburini
During its first day back in operation, the Hampton Jitney did not pick up any passengers for the 9:45 AM to Manhattan at the stop in East Hampton on May 7. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
A crowded Main Street in the Village of Sag Harbor on Saturday, May 2. Independent/Lisa Tamburini
The contents of lockers at East Hampton High School were returned to students last week via a drive thru at the high school on April 28. Organized by head custodian Curt Ottman and assistant principal Tim Fromm, it took nearly a week to empty and organize the contents of the lockers for distribution. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
While those in groups gathered on the beach in downtown Montauk Saturday weren’t social-distancing, the groups themselves did seem to be about six feet apart from each other. Independent/T.E. McMorrow
Overflowing garbage pails at the South Edison Street beach access area in Montauk proved to be a seagull’s delight early Sunday morning, May 3. Independent/T.E. McMorrow
Physical therapist Dr. Susan Roman started the fundraiser “Pedal for PPE.” Her GoFundMe campaign raised over $6000 for personal protective equipment. The final component of her efforts was a 100-mile solo bike ride she took on Saturday, May 2, from Calverton to Orient Point, Greenport, Shelter Island, and Sag Harbor, ending at Montauk Lighthouse. Independent/Richard Lewin
A group greets physical therapist Dr. Susan Roman in Montauk. Independent/Richard Lewin
On May 2 and 3, the NewTown Party’s free face mask handout was held outside Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center in East Hampton. The center’s new Executive Director Katy Graves helped East Hampton Village Board candidates Jerry Larsen, Sandra Melendez, and Chris Minardi, all wearing personal protective gear, give away face masks to occupants in vehicles that lined up in front. Independent/Richard Lewin
A fleet of motorcycles line the streets of Montauk village on Saturday, April 25. Independent/T.E. McMorrow
East Hampton Town Marine Patrol speaks with a surfer at Ditch Plains Beach in Montauk on Saturday, April 25. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
Beachgoers at Ditch Plains Beach in Montauk Saturday, April 25. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
A surfer wears a face mask at Ditch Plains Beach in Montauk on Saturday, April 25. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
Beachgoers wearing masks at Ditch Plains Beach in Montauk on Saturday, April 25. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
Beachgoers at Georgica Beach in East Hampton on Saturday, April 25. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
Cones limit parking at Main Beach in East Hampton. Independent/Richard Lewin
A busy Main Street in Montauk on Saturday, April 25. Independent/T.E. McMorrow
Cars at Georgica Beach in East Hampton. Independent/Richard Lewin
The entrance to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. Independent/Lisa Tamburini
A discarded latex glove on the sidewalk on Park Place in East Hampton. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
Sag Harbor Village took the step Sunday, April 5, of taping off benches along Main Street in order to decrease the abuse of social distancing requirements. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
The Montauk Historical Society and Long Island’s easternmost resident and Keeper of the Light Joe Gaviola decided it was best for public safety to close the property until conditions improve. Independent/Richard Lewin
A thank you sign at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. Independent/Lisa Tamburini
A sign on Main Street, Montauk for the Montauk Food Pantry that reads “Know someone who needs help? Call 631-668-2474.” Independent/T.E. McMorrow
East Hampton Town Police Department Sergeant Ken Alversa holding a box of donated gloves and N95 masks. Independent/Richard Lewin
Greg Verity, of First Light Fisheries, restocks his self-serve clam truck at Commercial Dock in East Hampton on April 5. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
Rex Martin and Brent Becker at the Montauk Fire Department, which is closed except for emergency calls. Independent/Richard Lewin
A thank you to health care workers at the Southampton Publick House. Independent/Jessica Mackin-Cipro
A residential job site closed due to the recent restrictions on construction during the novel coronavirus pandemic, on Three Mile Harbor Drive in East Hampton, on April 4. Independent/Gordon M. Grant
Empty shelves at a local grocery store. Independent/Richard Lewin
Korben Dallas, right, owner of Mystique Nail Spa and Salon, which is closing permanently due to conditions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, sells his stock of face masks and sanitizer to customers outside his shop on The Circle in East Hampton on April 4. Independent/Gordon M. Grant