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A gnome ornamant rests on Don Dailey's work (Credit: Brittany Wait)

A gnome ornamant rests on Don Dailey's work table in Huntington Station. He carved it from pieces of wood left over from fallen trees after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Dec. 18, 2012)

LI woodcarver turns Sandy debris into beauty

Huntington Station woodcarver Don Dailey has been collecting Sandy debris and turning it into items to sell for his business, The Sunday Woodcarver.

Gnome figurines rest on Don Dailey's work table
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Gnome figurines rest on Don Dailey's work table in Huntington Station. He carved them from pieces of wood left over from fallen trees after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Dec. 18, 2012)

A gnome ornamant rests on Don Dailey's work
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

A gnome ornamant rests on Don Dailey's work table in Huntington Station. He carved it from pieces of wood left over from fallen trees after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Dec. 18, 2012)

Gnome ornamants rest on Don Dailey's work table
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Gnome ornamants rest on Don Dailey's work table in Huntington Station. He carved them from pieces of wood left over from fallen trees after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Dec. 18, 2012)

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Don Dailey, 60, of Huntington Station, carves a
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Don Dailey, 60, of Huntington Station, carves a piece of wood, left over from a fallen tree caused by superstorm Sandy, into a spoon. (Dec. 18, 2012)

Don Dailey, 60, of Huntington Station, holds a
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Don Dailey, 60, of Huntington Station, holds a carved spoon he created from pieces of wood left over from fallen trees after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Dec. 18, 2012)

A carved Santa Claus ornament rests on the
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

A carved Santa Claus ornament rests on the work table of Don Dailey, 60, of Huntington Station, who carved pieces of wood left over from fallen trees after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Dec. 18, 2012)

Don Dailey, 60, has piles of wood next
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Don Dailey, 60, has piles of wood next to his garage in Huntington Station, left over from fallen trees after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Dec. 18, 2012)

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