Amazing Pictures from The Devastating Floods In Thailand

In their unity against this tragic natural disaster, Thai’s have formed a more perfect bond amongst and for each other- True character and strength is not in the moments of great passion and bursting joy, but in the strength with which in weathered any storm, no matter how harsh or difficult the times may be.

Here is a brief photo documentary of the storms and floods of Thailand 2011 

If you are interested in helping please contact the Thai Red Cross.

Thailand flood 2011 photos

Comments

  1. rosensolo  March 4, 2012

    I'd ask you to cite your source, but the "diagnosis by photo" doesn't work. The photo would only capture visible light striking the body. It wouldn't pick up internal structures, such as bones.

    There's a reason why an x-ray machine is a huge machine with computerized components taking up a giant room, but a camera is small enough to fit in your hand.

  2. burdi  March 3, 2012

    You've got me up to the conquering thirst thing.

    I just can't seem to get past the need for water.

    And as for #13… Won't that be true for all of us when our yin and yang disassociate?

  3. hazileraus vater  February 28, 2012

    รวมกันเราอยู่ Continue reading →

  4. harrowler reenevoste  February 28, 2012

    กำลังใจจากคนญี่ปุ่นกลุ่มเล็กๆณกรุงโอซาก้า ที่รักเมืองไทยและอยากให้คนไทยร่วมือกัน และ "สู้" เพื่อผ่านวิกฤตนี้ไปด้วยกัน เช่นเดียวกับที่คนไทย เคยให้กำลังใจ และช่วยเหลือชาวญี่ปุ่นอย่างมากในเหตุการณ์ สึนามิ i’m bangkokian but now i’m in osaka all my family and friends are in Bangkok. i can’t do anything from here but this is the only thing i can do. These voices for encouraging Thais from Japanese to get over this severe situation Continue reading

  5. hangerthes  February 26, 2012

    Lloyd’s of London says heavy flooding in Thailand last year is set to cost the insurance market $2.2 bn (£1.4bn), with a total loss of $15bn-$20bn for the industry as a whole.

  6. ben phiessy  February 20, 2012

    is this being subbed anywhere?

  7. kalock bussartin  February 18, 2012

    Thailand floods could cost the global insurance industry $10 billion: Devastating floods in Thailand may have a global impact, accord…

  8. fial monda  February 18, 2012

    Coyne still faces HGST deal approval
    Western Digital and its supply chain have pulled out all the stops and delivered a decent profit in the last quarter of 2011, the one in which some of its Thailand plants were inundated by deadly flooding.…

  9. maima  February 17, 2012

    lessons learned on Thailand Flood 2011

  10. keth landreyn  February 14, 2012

    Thanks for sharing! An absolutely amazing kodak moment.

  11. naganyager gunji  February 13, 2012

    Thai flood benefit this friday night class=” ” House!-I am bringing a strictly Thai Set-Thai Funk/Molam/Luk THung/and Funk-all vinyl 12:30pm

  12. inhouse rohido  February 13, 2012

    daha zamanı var ya, pazar biraz olgunlaşsın ne ssd’ler gelecek bak gör

  13. vandrese  February 8, 2012

    It's very sad….. every time i sam this i muss cry and would love to help as much as i can……..and I wish things will getting better….

  14. sartle georg  February 7, 2012

    Okay, if this girl decides she doesn't like you when she see's you in person, then she's superficial, and in the long run dating people who are plastic never lasts, and is never beneficial.

    I wouldn't worry too much about making friends. If your old friends are actually good friends, they'll seek you out, if not, you'll make new friends. Talk to the people you sit beside in class, and you'll most likely have someone to sit with by lunch time. When you talk to people, think like "Why WOULDN'T this person like me?" Remember, you didn't do anything wrong, so no one has anything justifiable against you.

    As for the rumors, don't worry too much, after a week, new gossip will start circulating and no one will even remember what was said about you.

    Don't obsess over your popularity status either, and you'll make plenty of friends.

    And FYI, girls tend to be more desperate than you'd think.

    Good luck!

  15. duto amel  February 5, 2012

    That's beautiful. I can't believe that someone would think that they can have a say in whether someone lives or not.

    "Have you ever noticed that all the people who are pro-choice have never themselves been aborted?" -unknown

  16. bel  January 30, 2012

    More lying for Jesus.

    Real photo, dishonestly described.

  17. sprousawa saad  January 25, 2012

    Intel still suffering hard drive shortages following the devastating floods in Thailand

  18. rohr cono  January 23, 2012

    I like it! Keep it up!

  19. cotterty schurrouzo  January 23, 2012

    Thailand Flood 2011 ในวิกิพีเดีย

  20. peria newbera  January 20, 2012

    The world means: Mankind with Satanic spirits incarnated in him: The ways of the world.

    2 Peter 3:5
    For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the EARTH STANDING out of the water and in the water:

    6 Whereby the WORLD that then was, being overflowed with water, perished:

    Now he said the WORLD PERISHED, not the EARTH? So he means, MANKIND with those Satanic spirits incanated in them.

  21. flund mykowicata  January 15, 2012

    just search thailand flood 2011 on wikipedia for more pics

  22. tise etittersil  January 14, 2012

    Hard drives are really expensive due to the devastating floods in Thailand. -Mrjword

  23. broel zilley  January 14, 2012

    Team back up of Roo soo flood clip ^_^

  24. quan  January 13, 2012

    You've got me up to the conquering thirst thing.

    I just can't seem to get past the need for water.

    And as for #13… Won't that be true for all of us when our yin and yang disassociate?

  25. gie kriston  January 9, 2012

    NetApp follows Thai flood HDD price hike – CRN Australia :

  26. los  January 4, 2012

    Bangkok Thailand Flooding 2011: amazing pictures of this tragedy