Dermot Tatlow

Aceh, Northern Sumatra, INDONESIA

Aerial view of the army barracks at Lhoknga, which was wiped out when the entire coast was devastated following the tsunami which struck South Asia on 26/12/2004. Of an estimated 250 soldiers there, it is thought only 17 survived.
An underwater earthquake measuring 9 on the Richter scale triggered a series of tidal waves which caused devastation when they struck dry land. 12 countries were affected by the tsunami, with a combined death toll of over 150,000. Aceh, the closest landfall to the epicentre of the quake, suffered the greatest loss of life.

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Dermot Tatlow
City
Aceh, Northern Sumatra
Country
INDONESIA
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3008 x 2000 pixels
25.47 x 16.93 cm (300 dpi)
10.03 x 6.67 inch (300 dpi)
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