Still in the dark about Tropical Storm Maring’s effect on the Philippines? Check out these 8 photos people have shared online. Click on a photo to view its full-sized version.
Flooding sighted in front of The Heritage Hotel, on the corner of Roxas Boulevard and EDSA a few blocks away from SM Mall of Asia.
Even neck-deep floods can’t stop this Pinoy from being cheerful!
Via Jeck Concepcion Samson
A lone car is left stranded along Southern Luzon Expressway (SLEX), as other cars in the distance wait for the flooding to subside.
Underneath the LRT Central Station, going towards Manila City Hall.
Floods on Buendia Ave. yesterday morning caused this tweeter to ask “Are we in Venice?”
One of the signature photos shared over the past few days, another image showing SLEX traffic paralyzed by the flooding.
So what if floods are knee deep? We’re having fun!
This is so Pinoy in many ways: Why should knee-deep floods prevent kwentuhan, inuman, and texting? No work and school means another chance to mingle with neighbors! Hopefully these people are aware about the dangers of Leptospirosis though.
Via Camille Buhain, who shared some background through the comments:
It features a friend of mine, Mitch Eusebio, with her kapit-bahays here in Bacoor, Cavite… It’s Pinoy/kabitenyo spirit at its best.