Tsunamis Washed Up Images

These are the eery family portraits of unknowns found strewn amongst the carnage of Japan’s Tsunami. Emergency services salvaged over 750,000 images in Yamamoto and returned most of them to their owners as they helped clear up the aftermath of the deadly natural disaster. But over 30,000 were damaged beyond recognition, with the incumbents’ faces often spookily washed away by the millions of tonnes of water that spilled onto the land.

These are the eery family portraits of unknowns found strewn amongst the carnage of Japan's Tsunami. Emergency services salvaged over 750,000 images in Yamamoto and returned most of them to their owners as they helped clear up the aftermath of the deadly natural disaster. But over 30,000 were damaged beyond recognition, with the incumbents' faces often spookily washed away by the millions of tonnes of water that spilled onto the land.

These are the eery family portraits of unknowns found strewn amongst the carnage of Japan's Tsunami. Emergency services salvaged over 750,000 images in Yamamoto and returned most of them to their owners as they helped clear up the aftermath of the deadly natural disaster. But over 30,000 were damaged beyond recognition, with the incumbents' faces often spookily washed away by the millions of tonnes of water that spilled onto the land.

These are the eery family portraits of unknowns found strewn amongst the carnage of Japan's Tsunami. Emergency services salvaged over 750,000 images in Yamamoto and returned most of them to their owners as they helped clear up the aftermath of the deadly natural disaster. But over 30,000 were damaged beyond recognition, with the incumbents' faces often spookily washed away by the millions of tonnes of water that spilled onto the land.

These are the eery family portraits of unknowns found strewn amongst the carnage of Japan's Tsunami. Emergency services salvaged over 750,000 images in Yamamoto and returned most of them to their owners as they helped clear up the aftermath of the deadly natural disaster. But over 30,000 were damaged beyond recognition, with the incumbents' faces often spookily washed away by the millions of tonnes of water that spilled onto the land.