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1358-66 - The Long Man of Wilmington, an Iron Age hill figure, looks down on the parched brown fields of drought hit East Sussex, Wilmington, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom, Europe
832-397148 - Aerial view of ocean waves and fantastic rocky shoreline, Aerial view of a coastline along Great Ocean Road, Aerial view of waves hitting rocks on beach with turquoise water
1350-2 - April 17/18, 2001 aurora, taken from home in Alberta. looking south. Part of a series taken looking same direction as substorm hit and subsided, from Image #2 to #15, on Roll #1. (Roll #2 was second camera shooting Provia 100F with 28mm lens and 18mm lens.) All images in this series (#1-02 thru 15) processed in Photoshop with nearly identical enhancements to contrast and colour. Brightness toned down for longer overexposed shots (early ones).
1314-148 - Carefree tourist woman enjoying the picturesque natural alleyway of Standley Chasm as mid-day sun rays hit spectacular gorge, West MacDonnell National Park, Outback Red Centre, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
832-337020 - Aquaplaning area in a driving safety center. Emergeny situations in deep water are practiced here. They can occur on highways after heavy rain, when vehicles at high speed hit deep water that cannot be dipslaced by the tires.
832-337022 - Aquaplaning area in a driving safety center. Emergeny situations in deep water are practiced here. They can occur on highways after heavy rain, when vehicles at high speed hit deep water that cannot be dipslaced by the tires.
817-424329 - Severe winter, frozen car trapped in ice, Versoix, canton of Geneva, Lake Geneva region, Lake Geneva shore, Switzerland, water was blown out from the lake by very strong wind and at very low temperature it got frozen immediately
857-69014 - A small vehicle is smashed beyond recognition after being hit by large bounders in Beichuan Town, which was severely damaged by a powerful 7.9 earthquake. The Chinese government raised the death toll to 21,500 but has said fatalities could rise above 50,000. Tens of thousands could still be buried in collapsed buildings in Sichuan province, where the quake was centered.
857-33527 - An adolescent Pashtun girl shields her face as she carries water through the streets of the Meira camp for earthquake survivors, Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan. The conservative code of the Pashtun tribe of the area dictate that girls must cover themselves, including their faces, after their first period. The crowded life in the camp has made such rules difficult to follow. The Meira Tent camp (also called Mera, or Maria camp), is located on the Indus River in the Battagram district. The camp, the largest for displaced people in Pakistan, hosts over 21,000 earthquake survivors, primarily from the Allai valley in Pakistan's NWFP, one of the areas worst-hit by the October 8, 2005 earthquake.
857-33520 - A Pashtun girl holds her younger brother, in the Meira camp for earthquake survivors in the Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan. The Meira Tent camp (also called Mera, or Maria camp), is located on the Indus River in the Battagram district. The camp, the largest for displaced people in Pakistan, hosts over 21,000 earthquake survivors, primarily from the Allai valley in Pakistan's NWFP, one of the areas worst-hit by the October 8, 2005 earthquake.
857-33534 - A Pashtun man returning home to his mountain home from a camp for earthquake survivors, carries boxes up a steep hill, in the Battagram District, Pakistan's Northwest Frontier Province. The Pakistan army has dictated that all camps for people displaced by the earthquake be emptied by early April, whether families want to return or not. The Battgram district was one of the worst-hit by the October 2005 earthquake, and aftershocks and heavy rains continue to trigger landslides, which have hampered reconstruction efforts and the return of earthquake survivors to their mountain villages from the low altitude tent camps where many spent the winter.
857-33777 - A Pashtun man stands outside the Cuban hospital in the Meira camp for earthquake survivors, NWFP, Pakistan. The Cuban government sent 30,000 doctors, nurses and other personnel to set up field hospitals throughout the earthquake affected area. The Meira Tent camp (also called Mera, or Maria camp), is run by the Pakistani army like a small city, and is located on the Indus River in the Battagram district. The camp, the largest for displaced people in Pakistan, hosts over 21,000 earthquake survivors, primarily Pashtuns from the Allai valley in Pakistan's NWFP, one of the areas worst-hit by the October 8, 2005 earthquake.
857-33773 - A girl in the Meira tent camp for earthquake survivors stands on top of a pile of her family's belongings as they wait for transportation from the camp, where they have spent the winter, back to their devastated mountain village, in the NWFP, Pakistan. The Pakistani army, which runs the camp, has mandated that the camps be cleared by early April, despite the fact that many families are afraid or unprepared to return to their devastated homes. The Meira Tent camp (also called Mera, or Maria camp), is located on the Indus River in the Battagram district. The camp, the largest for displaced people in Pakistan, hosts over 21,000 earthquake survivors, primarily from the Allai valley in Pakistan's NWFP, one of the areas worst-hit by the October 8, 2005 earthquake.
857-33522 - In the Meira camp for earthquake survivors, two Pashtun men sit by piles of family possesions, waiting for the truck which will take them from the camp, where they have spent the winter, back to their devastated mountain village, in the Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan. The Pakistani army, which runs the camp, has mandated that the camps be cleared by early April, despite the fact that many families are afraid or unprepared to return to their devastated homes. The Meira Tent camp (also called Mera, or Maria camp), is located on the Indus River in the Battagram district. The camp, the largest for displaced people in Pakistan, hosts over 21,000 earthquake survivors, primarily from the Allai valley in Pakistan's NWFP, one of the areas worst-hit by the October 8, 2005 earthquake.
857-33533 - On the the road to the Allai Valley, men try to push a truck that is stuck in mud and landslide debris and which is blocking other trucks full of humanitarian aid and earthquake survivors returning to their mountain villages, Battagram District, Pakistan's Northwest Frontier Province. The region was one of the worst-hit by the October 2005 earthquake, and aftershocks and heavy rains continue to trigger landslides, which have hampered reconstruction efforts and the return of earthquake survivors to their mountain villages from the low altitude tent camps where many spent the winter.
857-33782 - On the the road to the Allai Valley, a Pashtun family carries luggage past trucks that are stuck in mud and landslide debris-the trucks are full of other families and their possessions traveling back to their mountan villages, Battagram District, Pakistan's Northwest Frontier Province. The region was one of the worst-hit by the October 2005 earthquake, and aftershocks and heavy rains continue to trigger landslides, which have hampered reconstruction efforts and the return of earthquake survivors to their mountain villages from the low altitude tent camps where many spent the winter.
857-33537 - Pashtun men clear rocks from a landslide that is blocking the road to the Allai Valley, and preventing many trucks full of earthquake survivors and their possessions from traveling back to their mountan villages, Battagram District, Pakistan's Northwest Frontier Province. The region was one of the worst-hit by the October 2005 earthquake, and aftershocks and heavy rains continue to trigger landslides, which have hampered reconstruction efforts and the return of earthquake survivors to their mountain villages from the low altitude tent camps where many spent the winter.
1195-68 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-70 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-52 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-57 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-76 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-85 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-87 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-73 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated
1195-79 - Hardest hit was a 650 kilometers stretch of the somali coastline between garacad (mudung region) and xaafuun (bari region), which forms part of the puntland province near the horn of africa. The tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated., /shark fishing is main source of income for many of the somalis fishermen