Recent flooding was an inconvenience to many Bloomington area residents and IU employees as everyone was reminded of the awesome power of nature.
Members of the community gathered to see the damage to cars and property along Kirkwood Avenue in Bloomington as flood waters rose June 4.
Beads of water collected on the door to the Von Lee.
A student made a futile attempt to stay dry by covering his head with a newspaper.
IU students admired the massive flooding in Dunn Meadow. Some students played in the high waters, while others were stranded waiting for the waters to dissipate so they could make their way home.
Pedestrians, cyclists and motorists made their way along the flooded street in front of IU's Bryan Hall and other Bloomington businesses.
Flood waters rendered the southern doors to Bryan Hall useless.
A car on Kirkwood Avenue is submerged in the flooded downtown streets of Bloomington.
A police cruiser headed north on Dunn Street as motorists and pedestrians attempted to navigate the flooded downtown streets of Bloomington.
Several people pushed a stranded vehicle along Dunn Street.
People took pictures and tried to arrange for rides near the corner of Kirkwood and Dunn in downtown Bloomington. Flash flooding immobilized cars and caused some businesses damage.
Wayne Levinson, left, and Adam Naugle, both Indiana University upperclassmen prepared to jump off of a small bridge that had been breeched by flash flooding on the IU Bloomington campus. While some students played in the high waters, others were stranded waiting for the waters to dissipate so they could make their way home.
A woman removed debris from a clogged sewer grate on Kirkwood Avenue.