Typhoon "Frank", Subic Bay, Philippines
June 2008

 

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Panoramic view of the small oil tanker, “Ernesto Uno”, grounded off Kalaklan Point,

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Panoramic view of the small oil tanker, “Ernesto Uno”, grounded off Kalaklan Point, Subic Bay, Philippines, at the height of Typhoon Fengshen (Frank). June 23rd 2008.
 

Monday, June 23rd 2008. Philippine President Arroyo declared schools closed in all areas

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Monday, June 23rd 2008. Philippine President Arroyo declared schools closed in all areas effected by Typhoon Fengshen (Frank). School boys make the best of the situation on Kale Beach, Subic Bay. The grounded tug, “Pagbilao I” in the background.

 

The tug “Pagbilao I” ran aground at the south end of Kale Beach, Subic Bay, Philippines, while unsuccessfully attempting to tow a large  barge clear of the shoreline, during the height of Typhoon Fengshen (Frank).  June 23rd 2008.

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The tug “Pagbilao I” ran aground at the south end of Kale Beach, Subic Bay, Philippines, while unsuccessfully attempting to tow a large  barge clear of the shoreline, during the height of Typhoon Fengshen (Frank).  June 23rd 2008.

 

The barge “Tennessee Walker”, which ran aground in early May on Kalaklan Point, Subic Bay, Philippines, undergoes additional  pounding, during Typhoon Fengsen (Frank).  Looking north towards Barrio Barretto. June 23rd 2008.

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The barge “Tennessee Walker”, which ran aground in early May on Kalaklan Point, Subic Bay, Philippines, undergoes additional  pounding, during Typhoon Fengshen (Frank).  Looking north towards Barrio Barretto. June 23rd 2008.
 

The barge, “Tennessee Walker” aground at Kalaklan Point, Subic Bay, Philippines, receives a pounding from large waves generated by Typhoon Fengsen (Frank). June 23rd 2008.

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The barge, “Tennessee Walker” aground at Kalaklan Point, Subic Bay, Philippines, receives a pounding from large waves generated by Typhoon Fengshen (Frank). June 23rd 2008.
 

THE SARSEN (a private yacht owned by Fred Moir from Australia), lies at anchor off Baloy Beach, Subic Bay, Philippines, during the passage of Typhoon Fengshen (Frank).  June 23rd 2008.

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THE SARSEN (a private yacht owned by Fred Moir from Australia), lies at anchor off Baloy Beach, Subic Bay, Philippines, during the passage of Typhoon Fengshen (Frank).  June 23rd 2008.
 

Castle Rock pounded by huge waves generated by Typhoon Fengshen (Frank), viewed from Baloy Beach, Subic Bay, Philippines. June 23rd 2008.

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Castle Rock pounded by huge waves generated by Typhoon Fengshen (Frank), viewed from Baloy Beach, Subic Bay, Philippines. June 23rd 2008.

An elderly lady searches through the flotsam washed ashore by Typhoon Fengshen (Frank) at the mouth of the Kalaklan River, Subic Bay, Philippines. June 23rd 2008.

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An elderly lady searches through the flotsam washed ashore by Typhoon Fengshen (Frank) at the mouth of the Kalaklan River, Subic Bay, Philippines. June 23rd 2008.
 

In spite of the torrential down pour and flooding accompanying Typhoon Fengshen (Frank), Filipinos generally face nature’s wrath with characteristic good humor and stolid acceptance. A typical scene on the corner of Del Pilar Street and National Highway, Barrio Barreto, Olongapo, Subic Bay, Zambales, Philippines. June 22nd 2008.

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In spite of the torrential down pour and flooding accompanying Typhoon Fengshen (Frank), Filipinos generally face nature’s wrath with characteristic good humor and stolid acceptance. A typical scene on the corner of Del Pilar Street and National Highway, Barrio Barreto, Olongapo, Subic Bay, Zambales, Philippines. June 22nd 2008.
 
 

To these enterprising scrap collectors, Typhoon Fengshen (Frank) represents opportunity. The northern entrance to Olongapo City, near the Matain River Bridge, Subic Bay, Zambales, Philippines. June 22nd 2008.

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To these enterprising scrap collectors, Typhoon Fengshen (Frank) represents opportunity. The northern entrance to Olongapo City, near the Matain River Bridge, Subic Bay, Zambales, Philippines. June 22nd 2008.
 

Residence of Baloy Beach, Subic Bay, Philippines, clean up their nipa home after the destructive passage of Typhoon Fengshen (Frank). June 23rd 2008.

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Residence of Baloy Beach, Subic Bay, Philippines, clean up their nipa home after the destructive passage of Typhoon Fengshen (Frank). June 23rd 2008.
 

Typhoon Fengshen (designated “Frank” within the Philippine’s jurisdiction) passed North of Subic Bay June 22 /23 2008. Shipping makes safe typhoon anchored within the former US Navy Base at Subic Bay. Viewed from the Kalaklan lighthouse north towards the Redondo Peninsular, with the Korean operated, Hanjin Shipbuilding yard just visible through the rain squall to the right.

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Typhoon Fengshen (designated “Frank” within the Philippine’s jurisdiction) passed North of Subic Bay June 22 /23 2008. Shipping makes safe typhoon anchored within the former US Navy Base at Subic Bay. Viewed from the Kalaklan lighthouse north towards the Redondo Peninsular, with the Korean operated, Hanjin Shipbuilding yard just visible through the rain squall to the right.

 

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