Pics of Japan Earthquake-Tsunami

Japan’s Prime Minister is calling the disaster his country’s worst crisis since the devastation of World War Two. Thousands are reported dead; more are missing. Please pray for Japan.
We are called by Christ to love our neighbors. The suffering Japanese people need our help. But please exercise when you donate to Japan disaster relief charities. Sadly, it’s times like this when charity scams also proliferate. Go HERE for tips on donating to Japan disaster relief.
CLICK HERE for terrible before and after aerial photos revealing the scale of devastation across dozens of suburbs and tens of thousands of homes and businesses. [H/t beloved fellow Dave]

Japan's NHK shows the moment of a hydrogen explosion at the Fukushima nuclear power station's #3 reactor, March 14, 2011


574 dead, 1700 missing in NE port of Minamisanriku, Japan


A cameraman captured the moment the tsunami engulfed Miyako City, north east Japan.


These pics are from ABCNews:

Caved-in section of the Joban Motorway near Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture


Flames rise from an oil refinery in Ichihara, Chiba Prefecture


Houses burn in Natori


Houses in flame in Natori city, Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan



Sendai Airport surrounded by tsunami waters


tsumanis sweep shores along Iwanuma in northern Japan


Tsunami swirls near a port in Oarai, Ibaraki Prefecture


Bird's eye view of tsunami whirlpool


Waves of tsunami hit residences in Natori


~Eowyn

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DCG
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DCG

Wow just wow.

Candance Moore
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Candance Moore

Yeah this is pretty bad.

Dave
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Dave

I have seen pictures of Japan taken right after the end of the war that didn’t look nearly as bad as these.
I feel so bad for those people, and sadly I think their ordeal is really only just beginning.
-Dave

sarah
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@Dave
“I have seen pictures of Japan taken right after the end of the war that didn’t look nearly as bad as these”
human destruction is nothing compared to natural!