SEE IT: NYC engulfed in dystopian haze from Canadian wildfires, leaving residents bewildered and breathless

The view from Long Island City.
Photo by Dean Moses/AMNY

The Big Apple turned a deep orange on Wednesday afternoon as city officials continue to warn residents to stay clear of the smog wafting from the Canadian wildfire.

From Brooklyn and Queens to Manhattan, here are the dramatic scenes from across Gotham.

A dystopian fog over Woodside. Photo by Dean Moses
Straphangers peer at an orange cloaked city. Photo by Dean Moses
A man peers out of a Manhattan bound 7 train. Photo by Dean Moses
Pedestrians use masks, fabric, and tissue to protect themselves. Photo by Dean Moses
Some New Yorkers added an extra layer of protection to their masks. Photo by Dean Moses
The clouded view from Union Square. Photo by Dean Moses
City dwellers photographed the foggy streets. Photo by Dean Moses
Many New Yorkers dusted off their masks used during the pandemic. Photo by Dean Moses
Photo by Dean Moses
The foggy scene on 101st Street in Richmond Hill. Photo by Robert Pozarycki
A man fishes on the Canarsie Pier in a mix of haze and smoke due to Canadian wildfires.Photo by Lloyd Mitchell
A NYPD Harbor Unit partols the waters of the Canarsie Pier in a haze of smoke from Canadian wild fires.Photo by Lloyd Mitchell