Hurricane Alex: The aftermath

Yesterday I took a drive through the city with Anna and her mother. The destruction of the city is immense and beyond recognition. I took a lot of photos and the quality might not be as the usual ones at Silfver Creations. This is more for documentary purpose. But perhaps you can enjoy them anyway. The Hurricane Alex from my point of view. And please remember the source of these photos.

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When the hurricane Alex hit Monterrey

Last year I was here for the swine flu. This year the hurricane Alex. So far so good. I’m still alive. What you see on the top image is a flooded river bank that’s been dry for decades. No more go kart, circuses, soccer fields or markets. Everything got flushed away.

Yesterday and the day before that was pretty overwhelming with all the heavy rain. Today it’s more clear and people is starting to overlook all the damage. I’ll try to post more pictures of the disaster later on when I get more pictures.

I’ll keep you all updated. Let’s just hope my house gets water back soon…

Last year I was here for the swine flu. This year the hurricane Alex. So far so good. I’m still alive. What you see on the top image is a flooded river bank that’s been dry for decades. No more go kart, circuses, soccer fields or markets. Everything got flushed away.

Yesterday and the day before that was pretty overwhelming with all the heavy rain. Today it’s more clear and people is starting to overlook all the damage. I’ll try to post more pictures of the disaster later on when I get more pictures.

I’ll keep you all updated. Let’s just hope my house gets water back soon…