• Yacht Lands On Top of Building After Japan Tsunami
  • Cloud Tsunami In Florida
  • 37 Images Of The Eerily Beautiful Way Nature Reclaims What We Abandon
  • Stunning and Shocking Thunderstorm Photography
  • A B-25 bomber crashes into the Empire State Building on the morning of July 28, 1945. New York Times photographer Ernie Sisto had two of his friends hold his belt while he dangled off the side of the building to snap this photo.
  • Japan Tsunami
  • Tornado approaching Canadian city. Vulcan, Alberta, Canada. July 8, 1927 (NOAA Photo Library).
  • Earthquake
  • Tornado at Denver Int'l Airport 6/18/13
  • Japan, tsunami. This is the moment the tsunami struck. Chilling. #japan #tsunami #earthquake
  • Japan Tsunami . Power of Water Energy
  • Ocean Springs - Biloxi bridge on Highway 90 after Hurricane Katrina.
  • Streets damaged during Hurricane Sandy, in Ortley Beach, New Jersey, on November 10, 2012
  • Flooded homes in Tuckerton, N.J., on Oct. 30 after Hurricane Sandy made landfall on the southern New Jersey coastline on Oct. 29. (US Coast Guard via AFP/Getty Images) via boston.com #Hurricane_Sandy
  • The S.S. Normandie capsized after going up in flames in New York harbour, 1942
  • Caskets that popped out of the saturated soil during the Flood of ‘94. A scene from all over Georgia.
  • Sinkhole in Guatemala City
  • Earthquake
  • 2012 natural disasters
  • Photos of Damage in the Highest Earthquake Intensity Area (photo - China Earthquake Administration) 2008
  • Deforestation- This landslide in El Salvador in 2001, was caused after severe deforestation weakened the land, so that when an earthquake struck, the landslide alone killed 585 people in one town.
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  • Haiti Earthquake
  • Haiti earthquake
  • Hurricane Ike Galveston TX. I was in this hurricane. NO FUN!!!
  • Northridge Earthquake, 1994
  • Northridge Earthquake: Photos from 1994
  • Johnstown Flood, Pennsylvania, 1889
  • Volcanic pyroclastic flow. Almost looks like the one from the 1991 Mt. Unzen blast that killed The Krafts (Vulcanologists). - thank you Carla Gentry Russo Pastore for pointing it out that it is not a sand storm!.