Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan – Part 2 – GeoEye High Resolution Imagery Showcased on Feel Desain Blog

After Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan – Part 1 today, we would like to show you other 51 new reportage photos…not to forget!

42. Images provided by GeoEye show an area of Natori, Japan on April 4, 2010, left, and March 12, 2011. (GeoEye/Associated Press)

43. Images provided by GeoEye show the Arahama area of Sendai, Japan on April 10, 2010, left, and March 12, 2011. (GeoEye/Associated Press)

44. Images provided by GeoEye show an area of Yuriage near Miyagi Prefecture, Japan on April 4, 2010, left, and March 12, 2011. (GeoEye/Associated Press)

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