More Photos of Typhoon Saola, Taipei

I meant to post these earlier this week, but I have had some Reality things that have kept me busy until now. While the other photos were taken the first day of typhoon Saola as the tropical storm was heading in, these were taken on day 2 when the bad weather was on it's way out. Because the typhoon had crossed the protective mountain buffer, the rain was a bit more steady. Fortunately Saola had lost much of it's power by then, so going out was just a matter of having an umbrella handy.

This is the final set of photos of typhoon Saola (2012) from the perspective of Taipei.







That's it for this storm. More photos the next time a typhoon rolls around, which can be any time for at least the next month-or-so.


About Brian

Brian Q. Webb is a photography enthusiast from Los Angeles, California who spends most of his time in Taipei, Taiwan. He is especially interested in street photography as well as large format portraiture and pinhole photography. He also likes to shoot lifestyle portraiture and occasionally acts as an agent for foreign newspapers wanting event coverage in Taipei. He was also on the staff of deviantArt and is co-founder of PhotoMalaysia, the largest photography community in that country.