TYPHOON PEDRING: AFTERMATH PHOTOS


Typhoon Pedring (International Code Name: Nesat) yesterday brought not just strong winds but heavy downpours that almost flooded key cities in Metro Manila leaving huge damages to properties and businesses. It packed maximum sustained winds of 120 km per hour near the center, with gustiness of up to 150 kph.

As it leaves the Philippine Area of Responsibility as of Wednesday noon, I thought of posting some images shared by netizens in various social networking sites and blogs so you will be able to see how powerful Mother Nature can be. With this, I think we all should stop messing with our environment as soon as we can.

Photo via Art Samaniego via ANC 24/7 Roxas Blvd. in Manila. Photo taken this morning form Art Samaniego via ANC 24/7.Photo posted by Izumi Chan via Bayan Mo, iPatrol Mo: Ako ang Simula ?@roydsantiago. “Manila Bay. Waves higher than the coconut trees! Scary! eto po yung pics na sinasabi ni ms Ria Tarrobal” Roxas Boulevard now because of Pedring.Roxas Blvd. Photo from Elaine Louise via ANC 24/7. Taken this morning. Photo courtesy of Keith Brown. – the floating US embassy in Manila.Mo Alamchandani via ANC 24/7: Sofitel Philippine Plaza, near Roxas Blvd. Mall of Asia (MOA). Photo posted by Izumi Chan via Bayan Mo, iPatrol Mo: Ako ang Simula