Minggu, 13 Maret 2011

FOTO EXCLUSIVE BENCANA TSUNAMI DI JEPANG...



    Washed away: Where there was once a coastline populated with homes and factories, powerful waves triggered by the tsunami devour anything in their path. Only a scattering trees remain
    Stretching into the distance, waves caused by the tsunami pour over the coastline and rush inland swamping all before them. As the seawater passes over the land it mixes with the soil and begins to change colour to a dark brown
    Tsunami swirls near a port in Oarai, Ibaraki Prefecture
    Helpless: A ship, dwarfed by the sheer size of the whirlpool, is drawn ever closer towards the vortex as is tossed about in the foaming waters off the port of Oarai, Ibaraki
    Horror: A huge wave is shown roaring in towards the coastal city of Natori in northwestern Japan
    Menace: Wave upon wave heads towards the coastline which has already been breached by an earlier onslaught
    Iwaki city
    Sendai traffic
    With fires and destruction all around him a man picks his way carefully though the rubble while (right) there's gridlocked in either direction in Sendai as people try to escape the coastal city
    Caved in: In the aftermath of the biggest earthquake in Japan's history, workers survey the huge hole in the middle of a road in Satte
    This extraordinary image shows how the quake split this road in Satte on the island of Honshu right down the middle
    A pedestrian road has collapsed in the massive 8.9-magnitude earthquake in Urayasu city, Chiba prefecture on March 11, 2011.
    Emotional: Two visibly shaken young Japanese women who were evacuated from a building in Central Park in Tokyo comfort each other as news spreads of the devastation unleashed across the country
    Two women in Urayasu city, Chiba, scramble up a road that was buckled by the force of the quake. Right, a young woman wells up and leans on her friend as the true scale of the disaster that has claimed the lives of hundreds of people becomes apparent
    Collapsed: Three shocked workers look at the factory in Sukagawa city, Fukushima that only a short while earlier they had been working inside with dozens more unsuspecting colleagues
    Collapsed: Three shocked employees look at what has become of the factory in Sukagawa city, Fukushima, where moments earlier they had been working
    Doomed: A massive tsunami engulfs stranded homes aon the coast of Natori, Miyagi Prefecture, after the earthquake struck
    Raging seas: The tsunami pours through trees and engulfs homes on the coast of Natori, Miyagi Prefecture, after the earthquake struck
    Gone: The same scene just moments later shows how the entire residential area of dozens of homes is completely obliterated by the unforgiving waters which swept away anything in their path
    The same scene just moments later shows how the entire area with dozens of homes is completely obliterated by the unforgiving waters which swept away anything in their path. Bobbing about on the surface is all the debris the waters have picked up along the way
    Swelling: The murky flow of mud and debris trapped in the tide of water washes over the tarmac car park at Sendai airport in northern Japan
    Swelling: The murky flow of mud and debris trapped in the tide of water washes over the tarmac car park at Sendai airport in northern Japan
    Wave of destruction: Tsunami tidal waves race upstream along the Naka river at Hitachinaka city in Ibaraki hours the massive 8.9 magnitude quake struck this morning
    Destruction: Tsunami tidal waves race upstream along the Naka river at Hitachinaka city in Ibaraki hours after the massive 8.9 magnitude quake struck this morning
    People at a book store react as the store's ceiling falls in Sendai, northern Japan Friday, March 11, 2011.
    Black smoke raises from a building in Tokyo's waterfront Daiba in Tokyo on March 11, 2011. A massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake shook Japan,
    Shock: A young couple at a bookshop in Sendai, northern Japan, embrace as the ceiling collapses  and the building rocks from the force of the quake while in Tokyo, right, black smoke rises from fires caused by the quake
    Aftermath: Clouds of grey smoke billow out of an oil refinery, and an inferno burns at its centre, in Chiba following the earthquake
    Aftermath: Clouds of grey smoke billow out of an oil refinery, and an inferno burns at its centre, in Chiba following the earthquake
    Concerned: Two office workers in Tokyo brace themselves for a potential disaster as the earthquake rumbled buildings and smoke can be seen rising from skyscrapers outside
    Concerned: Two office workers in Tokyo brace themselves for a potential disaster as the earthquake rumbled buildings and smoke can be seen rising from skyscrapers outside
    A mother and child crouch on a street in Tokyo while an earthquake hits Friday, March 11, 2011.
    Injured people are attended to by emergency personnel after an earthquake in downtown Tokyo Japan March 11, 2011.
    Effects: A mother and her daughter watch nervously as pools of water from burst pipes encroach on the pavement in Tokyo while, right, paramedics carry away casualties from a nearby building that was rocked by the earthquake
    Red alert: Flames engulf homes that were hit with the full force of the tsunami in the Miyagi region of north eastern Japan
    Red alert: Flames engulf homes that were hit with the full force of the tsunami in the Miyagi region of north eastern Japan
    Debris: An eerie mist moves over the debris of destroyed homes and cars caught in the raging tsunami waters
    Debris: An eerie mist sweeps across the debris of destroyed homes and cars caught in the raging tsunami waters in Kesennuma in Miyagi, northern Japan
    Natural gas containers burn at a facility following an earthquake in Chiba Prefecture near Tokyo, Japan March 11, 2011.
    Flames rise from houses on fire after powerful earthquakes hit Yamada, Iwate Prefecture, northern Japan, Friday, March 11, 2011.
    Explosion: Flames reach hundreds of feet into the sky after a natural gas facility in Chiba near Tokyo explodes after the earthquake, while right, a fire tears through residential houses in Yamada in northern Japan
    Stranded: Shoppers sit on the floor of a department store as train and bus services were suspended due to the earthquake
    Stranded: Shoppers sit on the floor of a department store as train and bus services were suspended due to the earthquake
    Cold: Elderly women who are likely to have expereinced a numbe rof earthquakes in their lifetime sit on the street as they take the most recent disaster which is one of the worst in recent history
    Cold: Elderly women who are likely to have experienced a number of earthquakes in their lifetime sit on the street as they take in the most recent disaster which is one of the worst in recent history
    Stranded commuters sit inside Tokyo railway station as train services are suspended due to a powerful
    Stuck: Stranded commuters inside Tokyo railway station prepare themselves for a long wait as the city, where infrastructure is designed to withstand disasters, recovers from the earthquake
    A man sits wrapped in a blanket after he was evacuated from a building in Tokyo's financial district, after an earthquake off the coast of northern Japan, March 11, 2011.
    Stranded commuters wrap themselves in blankets bracing for chilly evening at a park in Yokohama, near Tokyo, following a strong earthquake hit eastern Japan on Friday, March 11,
    Aftershocks: A frail elderly man rests under a blanket as all around him the country is gripped by the full scale of the earthquake and right, young Japanese people evacuated from buildings at risk of collapsing wrap blankets around themselves
    At risk: Confusion spead amoung passengers who were taken off planes at Narita International Airport in Naita city, suburban Tokyo
    At risk: Confusion spead amoung passengers who were taken off planes at Narita International Airport in Naita city, suburban Tokyo
    Pile-up: New cars ready to be shipped are stacked on top of each other after the water gushed through Hitachinaka city in Ibaraki prefecture
    Pile-up: New cars ready to be shipped are stacked on top of each other after the water gushed through Hitachinaka city in Ibaraki prefecture
    Shock: The full destructive power of the earthquake is evident in this concrete road in Fukushima prefecture that was snapped in half by the disaster
    The sheer force of the quake is evident in this image of the road in Fukushima which has been flipped, buckled and broken
    Destroyed: The remains of houses are surrounded by broken wood and concrete after flood waters engulfed Iwaki town, Fukushima prefecture
    Aftermath: The remains of houses are surrounded by broken wood and concrete after flood waters engulfed Iwaki town, Fukushima prefecture
    Explosions: Giant fireballs rise from a burning oil refinery in Ichihara, Chiba Prefecture after being shaken by the earthquake off the coast
    Giant fireballs rise from an oil refinery in Ichihara, which lies on the eastern coast of Japan, after being shaken by the earthquake off the coast




    sumber:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1365318/Japan-earthquake-tsunami-The-moment-mother-nature-engulfed-nation.html

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