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Chedeng - scenes on the streets
« on: August 08, 2007, 11:38:49 PM »
Due to the heavy outpour this morning, my daughter asked me to take her to school. I decided to take my camera as well and see if I can snap a few pictures along the way. I was in my van when I took the following pictures in Las Pinas.

Inside flooded BF Resort:



Along Zapote-Alabang Road:

You've got to salute these hardworking traffic aides.



Swerving to avoid a flooded portion of the street.


Some drivers should be more considerate especially of people in the sidewalks.


Barefoot kids using a defective umbrella:


I realized there are a lot of photo opportunities even during bad weather. Well maybe I can take a few more snaps in the following days.

I don't advise taking pictures while driving; it's quite dangerous. I managed to take these because my car was stationary or was moving slowly but had my hazard lights on.
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Re: Chedeng - scene on the streets
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2007, 11:54:48 PM »
kewl shots! 8)

I feel sorry for the pedestrians everytime they get splashed on, they try everything to cover themselves with an umbrella, then a car comes by splatters muddy, dirty, smelly water on them...  :(

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Re: Chedeng - scene on the streets
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2007, 11:59:07 PM »
thanks for sharing, i was just here inside the house the whole day so i dont have a real situational outlook on the streets of the metro.

nice capture!

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Re: Chedeng - scenes on the streets
« Reply #3 on: August 09, 2007, 01:09:15 AM »
I was out kasi may shoot dapat ako, pero sobrang trapik, 4 hours na ko sa bus di pa rin ako nakakalabas ng Cavite.  Here's what I captured:

Inside the bus




Sa ibabaw ng overpass (SM Bacoor)




Tropang "Tulay"


South bound traffic (going to Imus, Dasma, Silang, Tagaytay)


North bound traffic (going to Manila)
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Re: Chedeng - scenes on the streets
« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2007, 08:37:47 AM »
I drove this morning (past 5am) and it's flooded everywhere.  There's this one time that I needed to overtake a tricycle with a lady passenger behind the driver and when I saw that the road is clear (I mean no flood water), I went ahead.  Suddenly, a BIG splash covered everything in my sight!  Good thing I'm no longer parallel with the tricycle.  I can imagine the couple talking about what could have happened to them.  ;D
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