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New Tsunami Video......... Overwhelming Power

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That's a real eye opener.

It's amazing how (relatively) safe the camera-operator's vantage point seems at the beginning and how (relatively) unsafe it probably would've felt by the end.

Just shocking how quickly the water deepens.

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Wow! That is awesome. It starts off quite tame, then it's the volume that takes over. I'm amazed the guy kept filming with all that going on, and buildings disappearing.

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Wow! That is awesome. It starts off quite tame, then it's the volume that takes over. I'm amazed the guy kept filming with all that going on, and buildings disappearing.

This one depicts the power without question... Try and remember what the port/harbour looked like at the start and how far the sea is out. It`s the last bit of the video that is breathtaking and scary.. Look out for the poor sod in the van on the bridge also later in the film.

The water just keeps coming.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qAjG7zitNE&NR=1

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This one depicts the power without question... Try and remember what the port/harbour looked like at the start and how far the sea is out. It`s the last bit of the video that is breathtaking and scary.. Look out for the poor sod in the van on the bridge also later in the film.

The water just keeps coming.

It's certainly a very powerful sight.

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Those concrete walls that get inundated at the end are the tsunami defences.

Yes and that is the part that is compelling viewing. The sea looks like it is pulsing/breathing up and down.

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