15 extraordinary photographs of natural disasters

15 extraordinary photographs of natural disasters Facts

This paper presents 15 photographs, earned respect for Mother Nature.

Photo of Rain in the State of Montana, 2010 (Sean Heavey)

Wrath of nature is ruthless. To say that nature is very powerful, will be a strong understatement. Understanding it may be difficult to imagine, but sometimes pictures can capture the rare moments of power disaster.

Active volcano Chaitén in Chile in 2008. (Carlos Gutierrez)

Thyroid volcano Eyjafjallajökull in Iceland in 2010. (Reuters / Lucas Jackson)

Storm in 2010 in Roswell, New Mexico, USA. (AP Photo / Roswell Daily Record, Mark Wilson)

Undersea volcano in Tonga in 2009. (LOTHAR SLABON / AFP / Getty Images)

The fires in the dry scrub of Victoria in Australia in 2009. (AP Photo)

Fires in 2008 in the Small Tudzhunga Canyon, California, USA. (REUTERS / Gene Blevins)

Dual cyclone in Iceland in 2006. (NASA / Jesse Allen)

Dust storm in China in 2001. (NASA / Jesse Allen, Robert Simmon / MODIS science team)

Floods in Pakistan Radzhanpur County in 2010. (REUTERS / Stringer)

Flooding of Iowa, USA, in 2008. (AP Photo / Jeff Roberson)

Earthquake in Sichuan Province in China in 2008. (FREDERIC J. BROWN / AFP / Getty Images)

Earthquake in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince in 2010. (REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz)

Tsunami near the beach Hat Rai Lay-in the south of Thailand in 2004. (AFP / AFP / Getty Images)

Tsunami in the Indonesian city of Banda Aceh in 2005. (Dimas Ardian / Getty Images)

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