14 What Russian Autumn Is Really About?

What Russian Autumn Is Really About?

Posted on September 13, 2007 by


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Russian autumn is a time of heavy rains and, as a result, vast floods that have already become a part of Russian traditions this year.

Some new photos of floods below.

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14 Responses to “What Russian Autumn Is Really About?”

  1. You're says:

    Wish we could get a little of that rain.

  2. BuggaET says:

    Is the flooding getting worst or has it always been that way?

  3. Delicious says:

    Why do they drive through canals and streams? Is the water normally low enough to drive through them safely?

  4. J says:

    and from where are you from jack ass !

  5. TRinUSA says:

    George bush doesn’t “think” at all. You haven’t figured that one out yet?

  6. Maartenski Bretveldski says:

    LOL this is the reason why russian have bad cars but nice submarines =)

  7. Sturmovik says:

    I wish my city had such beautiful lakes.

  8. Igor Ignatenkov says:

    sorry, most of teh nuclear accidents you speak of were caused by me and my truck driving buddy’s.

    This was photosynthesized shopped. I’d just say that so Pros or anyone else has to.

    Nah my big Toxic Waste truck can get thru all these floods, this is god thing so I can bring all the kids Toxic wastes to there schools and playgrounds for dumping.

  9. Mikw says:

    The backs of the cars are floating, because that’s where the gas tanks are. As in Russian tradition, the gas tanks are always kept empty.

    • Xpltivdletd says:

      You mean it isn’t because they have fully-floating rear axles? That would have been my first guess. ;^D

      Best regards.

  10. Otolo says:

    First, notice that photos are from the spot, SAME side street, not even the main street. Second, it happened, while cars were parked–they didn’t drive into it. It is quite unusual, such a heavy rain.

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