Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Pedring

 
Here’s what happened in parts of Metro Manila and please forgive me for swiping photos I found through twitter I thought of sharing.
Manila bay..Roxas Bolivard gone -@itsmechiniego

Marikina River-@Ryan_chua
Obando Bulacan-@ANCALERTS
Scene along the street-@DonroX
 Fallen billboard at Osmena-Buendia-@doblezeta
US Embassy@Cheryltiu
 Manila bay...waves higher than the coconut tree- kalurkey! @roydsantiago

Kalaw corner Ma Orosa @Ruffybiazon
View in front of EI Taft Tower Vito Cruz, Malate, Manila- @ANCALERTS

Mother nature turn into a  dominatrix bitch goddess....seriously, it's scary and I do hope everyone is safe!
 let's make our own way to help those in needs in times like this.

and lets not forget to pray for everyone safety
-prayer is one of the most powerful tools we have in this life- 

58 comments:

  1. looks like a total mess.. thank God we didn't get flooded here in bataan..

    btw- thanks for dropping by my blog, would you like us to follow each other? would love to have filipina blogger friends.. thanks!

    http://smallfrequentdressing.blogspot.com

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  2. grabe..nakakatakot...

    buti na lang safe kami sa bagyo.tnx God!


    good eve!

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  3. grabe..katakot yung waves! nakakakaba tuloy pag may bagyo..
    thank you for visiting my blog :)

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  4. Thanks for the follow. Following you now, too :) These photos are depressing :(

    http://wonderwomanrises.blogspot.com

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  5. Sana ligtas lahat sa kalamidad.


    Salamat pala sa pagbubulakbol sa bahay ko. Sana makasali ka.

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  6. nakakatakot talaga! :(

    Sana wala ng dumating na tulad nito.

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  7. i came to work yesterday na slightly wet tapos the office announced na work cancelled.nakipglabanan ako sa hangin at ulan.huhu.but I really feel sad sa lahat ng nasalanta.lets all pray for them. thanks for sharing teh.i miss reading your blog.ingats.

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  8. grabe ang damage nito sa roxas blvd. Kahapon habang bumabagyo nasa may Ortigas naman ako, katakot ang hangin super lakas,medyo kinakaya akong itulak..

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  9. My God, parang tsunami ang waves!I hope you and your family are safe. Take care always!

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  10. wow, this is so scary.. hope all is fine.. it's always important to be safe always.. ;)

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  11. oh crap...
    the effects of global warminga re kicking in...
    to think that the phils is not the greatest contributor to global warming but it is most affected by its wrath

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  12. Mother nature can be so very fierce. Thanks for bringing these pics to our attention. Many thanks for your visit and comments. The blackbird is just a print, it was my mum's, she had a series of bird prints, so we,(her children), all have one in our homes, which is lovely. Yes the lavender does make the bathroom smell good. Have a great week Sunny, love Linda x

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  13. Oh my we can never take MN for granted. Hope everyone is safe too. Xxxx

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  14. this is so so crazy! I hope everybody is safe or if not, pray they recover soon :(
    http://cupcakesandtreacle.blogspot.com/

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  15. Great blog, I'm following you now, would you like to follow back? But oh goodness, this looks terrible! I hope everyone is staying safe and indoors. I'm lucky to be having a heatwave at the moment instead of a disaster like this, keep well!

    http://www.autumnalfever.blogspot.com/

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  16. omg! i have no idea na ganyan ang ginawa ni pedring, lolz! nakakulong lng ako sa room all day, not even watch the news! were not affected here in taguig kc, di gaya ni ondoy, half ng bahay namin lumubog! hope everyone is okay now!

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  17. Grabe ang nagyari sa Manila. Nakakapanghinayang ang mga lugar na nasira at kawawa ang mga taong binaha. Kaka-Anniversary lang ni Ondoy nung Monday another strong typhoon nanaman. Sana wala ng sumunod.

    Thanks for visiting my blog :)

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  18. my parents are living in Isabela. Everyone knows that place where I grew up is a favorite spot of typhoons. so sad my tatay was still in our roof bundling it to strengthen it against the wind. kaloka si pedringot.

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  19. It was really scary. We were witnessing the strong wind from our top floor in the office. Parang milenyo. Glad to know you're safe. :)

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  20. It scared the hell out of me. Thank God my family is safe and it didn't pound my home province that much. Albay had enough rains for the year.


    And the bad news is may bagyo ulit. Why o why? Magsawa naman sana sila.

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  21. so true..the wind was CRAZY ...

    thanks for following btw, just followed u back, ^^

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  22. alam mo last sept27 morning - dumaan pa ko jan sa roxas blvd so i witnessed the waves. pero di pa ganun kalaki. super scary. nagsilablikan lahat ng sasakyan..

    anyway - see you tomorrow! wala pa din tayong camera!!!

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  23. I think you're a really talented blogger and you do such a great job here! So lovely!
    (& I would love you to check my blog dear :))

    XO,
    Lucija
    WLL

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  24. scary! hope you stayed dry and safe :)

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  25. an scary tlga ng mga bagyo nowadays! Never ko naisip mngyari sa Roxas Blvd yan.

    Oh my, stay safe always :)

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  26. hi gorgeous! am starting to love your blog, your so pretty =)) weeeee .. you're such an inspiration. following you already! hope to see more of your post =))

    http://sittieinthecity.blogspot.com/

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  27. kakalungkot tingnan lalo na yung mga nawalan ng bahay na malapit sa dagat.

    sana makabalik kaagad sila at makaahon.

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  28. Hi!

    First, thanks for the comment you left on my How To Be a Geek Chic post. Totally appreciate that.

    Second, whoah, that's what happened to Metro Manila? I never knew that things have gotten so bad. We should really be vigilant at times like that and I hope that all of us will find the heart to extend some help whenever the times call for it.

    And yeah, you are right. Prayer is the most powerful tool. It's our LINE TO HEAVEN and it never gets a busy tone.

    Take care!

    Myke

    Show Me Your Look Today
    The Pinoy Wanderer

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  29. Wow, these pics are crazy!! Hope everyone is okay.. I agree; prayer is a powerful tool :)

    http://ladyonaroof.blogspot.com/

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  30. grabe namang eksena yun! actually muntik ng mag Ondoy part II e. Kinakabahan na rin mga tao samin kasi malapit ng mapuno yung ilog na kadugtong ng marikina. Whew!
    Ayan na naman yung bago... Be safe everyone.

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  31. omg, it looks so bad, hope everyone is safe
    my best wishes

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  32. safe and sound naman kami during that time. di din pumasok sa trabaho! woot! :) though may padating na naman bago ngayon. :( stay safe din and be prepared.

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  33. oo nga. nakakatakot naman. Hope all of us will be spared from this.

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  34. thanks for the greetings! :) following you now :)

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  35. I'm glad you are safe. I agree that prayers more than anything is the most powerful tool in times like this. stay safe.

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  36. wow it looks horrible :( soo scary, prayers go out to those who live there!

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  37. thanks for sharing, sweetling. may bagyo nanaman ulit ngayon. anyhway, stay safe :)

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  38. waves tantamount than a coconut tree. Amazing... let's pray..

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  39. now following you Sunny Toast. hope you could follow me back...

    mr837.blogspot.com

    by the way, thanks for dropping some comments on my blog entries...

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  40. Scary talaga! Tapos ngayon, si Quiel naman. :|

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  41. Oh no! I hope everyone is safe too and all is well! =( Mother Nature can be quite unpredictable at times!

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  42. Grabe no? Almost 2 days kami walang kuryente!!

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  43. oh no.. hopefully the flood soon over and everyone stay dry!

    <3
    http://escapesweetest.blogspot.com

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  44. i saw the devastation sa news, and super nalungkot ako. My heart goes out to everyone affected by Pedring, ill be praying for everyone.
    Stay safe, hun...

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  45. i hope youre okay :) alam mo layo sa civilization.. dont have internet for two days :) and i'm glad its back now.

    take care kebs :) and see you real soon!! :)

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  46. Wow, I had seen some pics on the news. So sad!! Still praying for everyone!

    Jayme @ Her Late Night Cravings

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  47. Impressive photos. I was on my toes all the while Pedring's anger. I was very worried for my family and the whole pinas. Then here comes another one... let's pray for the victims of Pedring and that the coming one won't be as unforgiving as Pedring.

    Spanish Pinay

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  48. Thanks for posting those photos. I've never really seen or heard much about Pedring but it's sad. Anyways, I love your blog. I'm following... :)
    Come visit mine.

    http://shahanifudge.wordpress.com/

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  49. So much power in nature. Thanks for sharing. Have been missing you girl.

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