The Quarantine Led to Clear Skies in Metro Manila — And These Malayong Tanaw Memes
What else have you seen?
by Meryl Medel | April 01, 2020
When the Enhanced Community Quarantine forced most of the 12 million members of the Metro Manila population to stay in their homes, it meant that there were significantly lesser cars producing smoke and overall air pollution in the city.
That’s why just a couple of weeks into the quarantine, we’re seeing clear skies all over the metro. In fact, it seems some are seeing so much clearer views kaya sobrang layo na ng natatanaw nila.
Have you ever been to the City of Love?
No? Don’t worry, you can always take a selfie with this view from Manila, thanks to the clear skies!
Hello, Lady Liberty!
Wow, imagine if you got this majestic view from Manila all the way to New York everyday? We should really watch how much we’re polluting our airs.
No need to be shy
Yes, wag na tayong mahiya. Paisa-isang city pa, but we’ve got clear enough skies anyway that we can see all of these landmarks around the world. 80 Days Around the World who? Pinoys can do it in a day.
Earth’s Mightiest Heroes
I think this photo was taken from too far away. Wait a sec, let’s look for a clearer photo . . . Avengers . . . ASSEMBLE?
If only the Avengers could also save us from this pandemic . . .
Welcome to K-dramaland
We can even see those iconic places in K-dramaland. Like Jang Man Wol’s Hotel del Luna.
And welcome to Konoha
Where is Naruto-kun? And Sasuke-kun? Are they still throwing rasengans and chidoris at each other?
Ultraman in action
Can they also save us from this pandemic?
From ‘You can’t see me’ to ‘We can see you’ real quick
With how clear the skies are, yung dating di nakikita, ito na. Nagpapakita na. FINALLY. We can definitely see you. Kaway kaway naman diyan kay John Cena!
At sa sobrang linaw naman talaga, pati yung katotohanan lumabas na ata. Sigh.
What other views have you seen around from your window?
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