Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Streams of water filled the city of Vladivostok making any movement along the streets difficult. Everybody wondered what could happen if the rain didn’t stop soon.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Enjoying the view of barefooted girls.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Dinamo is now a water stadium.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Cars are sailing along the streets.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

A cafe prisoner.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Local Venice.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

The most waterproof photographer in the world.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

The car is going to repeat the Titanic’s fate.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Though it’s not time to worry yet as the guys and their help are on the way.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Surfers are coming to enjoy the waves!

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

The car is driving away.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

This Darkwing Duck will save the city.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

‘How is the water?’ ‘It’s cool, come down here’

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Will they open up if we knock?

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Have a nice walk!

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Pumping out the water.

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Rainy Day In Vladivostok

Location: Vladivostok

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18 thoughts on “Rainy Day In Vladivostok”

  1. “Boris”?, Yes, Vladimir? “I knew we should have had German POW’s build us a sewer system when we had the chance.” “Da”.

    • There is a neighborhood near my house that floods every year, too. If it rains for more than a day or two, get out your boats!

    • Those are used vehicles imported from Japan. Being
      Vladivostok is closer to Japan than Moscow.

      Same deal with American Somoa. They switched to the left a few years ago because it was cheaper to import vehicles from New Zealand than Hawaii.

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