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Vendredi à Paris

Posted by
Mhelene (Villiers-sur-Marne, France) on 4 June 2016 in Documentary & Street and Portfolio.

Voies sur Berges inondées

Floods in Paris

CORPORATION 1/1000 second F/5.6 ISO 400 35 mm

Dany Hèm-Kervran from Morillon, France

Une photo tellement d'actualité...
Cette situation est toujours dramatique, et nous voyons à la télévision des images terribles d'émotions.
Je souhaite bon courage à toutes les personnes concernées.

4 Jun 2016 5:03am

@Dany Hèm-Kervran: Merci Dany . Oui c'est dramatique pour beaucoup de monde . Et ce sont les mêmes qui sont impactés par les transports en grève . Je leur souhaite aussi bon courage .

Martine from France

Whoua, cela ne risque pas d'arriver en Bretagne.

4 Jun 2016 5:08am

@Martine: Bonjour Martine , merci . Si, si ça arrive en Bretagne , plus souvent qu'à Paris , j'ai toujours vu la ville de Quimperlé inondée depuis mon enfance et aussi Morlaix ,par ex ...

Devi from Chennai, India

I hope you are safe Mhelene..
Our prayers for the flood waters to recede fast...we had a similar situation six months ago and can relate to the seriousness...
God be with the people in the food affected areas

4 Jun 2016 6:07am

@Devi: Thank you we are safe but there were already so many problems with the strikes, the shortage of gasoline for cars, transport strike that life is not easy for a lot of people !

Sam from Chennai, India

Hope you are all safe and. Flood waters will recede soon. Take care.
Great capture of the Floods in Paris.

4 Jun 2016 7:11am

@Sam: Thank you Sam .Yes we are safe and floods water will recede but there were already so many problems with the strikes, the shortage of gasoline for cars, transport strike that life is not easy for a lot of people !

Tatiana from Paris, France

Impressionnant !

4 Jun 2016 7:56am

Focales from Entre montagnes et Bretagne, France

Très impressionnant

4 Jun 2016 8:11am

jean pierre a from France

le zouave va s'enrhumer! amitiés

4 Jun 2016 9:14am

Jypyä Pop from Turku, Finland

The tragic scene. flooded entering always brings trouble.

4 Jun 2016 9:36am

Harmonia from Bondues, France

De la beauté au coeur du "tragique"...

4 Jun 2016 10:02am

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Vraiment impressionnant et terrifiant ces images de ces inondations je pense surtout à ceux qui ont tout perdu.

4 Jun 2016 2:05pm

Robert D. Burr from Kingston, Ontario, Canada

No way I can swim that fast.

4 Jun 2016 2:56pm

grouser from Ludlow, United Kingdom

says it all with a beautiful simplicity, Stay safe

4 Jun 2016 4:40pm

farNaaz50 from Gorgan, Iran

What a picture !
these days I was thinking about Paris and all in it ..

4 Jun 2016 5:19pm

ruthiebear from Titusville, United States

Oh my goodness. A compelling image!

4 Jun 2016 5:27pm

Willem from Noord-Scharwoude, Netherlands

I saw it on TV, impressive picture.

4 Jun 2016 6:58pm

Mireille T. from Ribérac, France

Excellente photo qui montre bien l'impressionnante montée de l'eau!

4 Jun 2016 9:56pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Oh yes, your floods are on the news over here. Terrible. I hope the art work stays dry and you, too.

4 Jun 2016 10:18pm

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

I was just reading about it more today in the newspaper. How the museums and galleries are being closed in Paris. I hope that all the precious artwork can be saved. And that everyone is safe.

5 Jun 2016 1:42am

Harry from Apex, NC, United States

hope those construction workers have scuba tanks

5 Jun 2016 2:15am

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

Terrible !! I am so sorry... Pray for Paris...

5 Jun 2016 4:07am

tataray from Charentes-Poitou, France

Woooooo, je crois que cette année beaucoup d'endroits comme celui-ci. )

5 Jun 2016 5:06am

L'Angevine from Angers, France

oh là

5 Jun 2016 8:42am

kiwisa from North Shore, New Zealand

Oh my goodness, it is just getting higher and higher.

5 Jun 2016 9:31am

jpla from St Barthélémy d, France


5 Jun 2016 11:12am

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

What a remarkable experience this must have been . . and, of course, it all happens so silently !

6 Jun 2016 7:10am