Tsunami Destruction Recounted

A retrospection

Tsunami destruction recounted, a graphic design image of the moment a tsunami arrives on a heavily populated coast. The seconds before complete devastation are depicted here as the water begins to consume buildings and everything else in its path.
Image by Stefan Keller from Pixabay

Every Christmas I remember the horror of December 26, 2004, the biggest single disaster of my lifetime.

Certainly war, famine, and diseases like coronavirus have claimed more lives, but this was one day, one event.

The force

The power and force of the 2004 tsunami was undeniable, unstoppable, and even…

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