This overview shot shows where the backstop came from. It normally rests against the low brick wall beside the pathway, and the front legs are positioned just about where the person riding the bicycle is. This backstop is so heavy that I cannot budge it 1cm.
After being pounded for like 18 hours, the eye passed over us and the sun came out. The air was clearer than I have ever seen it here. Then, an hour later it got cloudy again and a light shower fell. However, after traversing our Central Mountain Range, TALIM lost a lot of its power. Our mountains tend to scrub the life out of typhoons that dare to cross them.
The above shot shows the rain bands, now disorganized, as the eyewall makes it way out into the Taiwan Straight.