Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Watery Wednesday # 13



The unpredictable weather brought us flood anytime, any day. The photos i will be sharing here were taken last week (Friday). It rained so hard that many places were flooded, but not enough flood to destroy homes.

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--this meets you when you get out of the admin building. Prior to this shoot, i saw kids swimming in there. hehehe --

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--a grassy portion were small kids can play or relax, it was also filled with water.

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--this is the gate leading to my home. The water is up almost to my knees but thanks to the boots -- i did not step on the flood water.

I don't like floods but it's a happening that no man can stop. The weather around the world is really unpredictable these days. One day it is sunny the next day can be very cold and wet to the extent it floods.

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13 comments:

Tricia said...

It's good to know that it wasn't so bad that homes were destroyed! Thank GOD for that! Nice shots at any rate!

JennWasHere said...

Wow... naku, talagang baliktad na mundo. Minsan ang init tapos biglang uulan.

My Watery Wednesday entry is posted here. Hope you can drop by, too.

2sweetnsaxy said...

You're funny. Kid swimming in that prior to the shot. :-) It almost looks like my patio when it rains really hard, only not that bad.

Allison said...

Gosh how horrific to see scenes such as these. I am glad the homes were spared. Thank God!Thanks for sharing.

Sunshine said...

@ Tricia - almost there are no casualties in city homes. But those who are in rural areas, they are affected by landslides.

Sunshine said...

@ Jenn - that is why am sick these days. Cold bug caught me.

Sunshine said...

@Sweet - yeah i saw kids swimming. hehehee

Sunshine said...

@Allison - you are welcome. :-)

Tink *~*~* said...

Glad it wasn't too serious. Water management is a very big deal here in Southwest Florida. Our rainy season brings lots and lots of rain, and everything is built with drainage in mind.

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VALKYRIEN said...

Nice to hear your home wasn't affected! Describing shots!

kden said...

Those are amazing shots. I can't imagine living like every day, the unpredictable I mean. But then if you know it's unpredictable, then it's predictable. See what happens to my sense of humor when I don't feel well, gets all wonky ;-)

ewok1993 said...

Arlene I miss a lot of things about the Philippines. I miss the rainy season; but the flooding that comes with it no thank you. This is a good memory looking at it from your images and not experiencing it :)

Guy D said...

Wow what an incredible amount of water, nice shots.

Cheers!
Guy
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