In 2004, two hurricanes passed over this Florida citrus grove–Hurricanes Charley and Frances. This photo shows one tree, representative of many in the grove, that literally were snapped in half by Charley. Charley was a Category 4 when it hit Florida near Punta Gorda and travelled up the center of the state to cross over this grove. This image was shot on August 16, 2004–a day or so after the hurricane hit.

UPDATE  There’s an excellent summary of the 2004 Florida hurricane season on Wikipedia.

The 2004 hurricane season is also widely considered to be responsible for the massive spread of citrus canker around the state.