1/2 SECOND BEFORE TSUNAMI
This picture was found in a camera during cleanup.
This is a fantastic photo!! Amazing that the film was still good - or memory stick.
Either one, this really tells the story. Look at how high that wall of water is!!
½ a second before tsunami
[Collected via e-mail, March 2007]
SECONDS B4 TSUNAMI ...................the last picture!!
PLEASE HOLD YOUR BREATH BEFORE YOU SEE THE PIC BELOW:
The last picture!
This picture was taken on the banks of Sumatra Island (the height of the wave was of approx. 32 m=105 ft ).
It was found saved in a digital camera, one and a half months after the disaster.
We cannot know for sure, but very likely the one who took the picture is not alive any more (it was just a matter of seconds).
What you see is probably the last image he/ she saw before the end!
Origins: The photograph displayed above wasn't taken in Sumatra, it doesn't show a tsunami, it wasn't found "saved in a digital camera," and it doesn't depict "the last image [the photographer] saw before the end," but those details aside, it's
This image antedates by a few years the powerful earthquake (and subsequent tsunami) that struck in the Indian Ocean just off the northern coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra in
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Last updated: 26 April 2011
Australian Broadcasting Corporation. "Dust Storm Creates Problems in Southern NSW." 13 November 2002.