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Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu

Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
01/21
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The Barutag family pictured outside their home in Talisay, Boljoon, after it was wrecked by waves as high as fifteen feet. Typhoon Bopha ravaged parts of central and southern Philippines killing 325 people.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
02/21
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Gloria Barutag, 33, holds her five month-old son John Calix Barutag, as her nephew has his meal, a day after tropical cyclone Bopha wrecked their seaside home in Talisay.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
03/21
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Gloria Barutag, 33, holds her five month old son John Calix Barutag, with her daughter Kresna Jane,10, a day after tropical cyclone Bopha wrecked their seaside home in Talisay, Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, December 05, 2012.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
04/21
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Outrigger boats washed to the adjacent road by Typhoon Bopha’s wrath in Talisay, Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, December 05, 2012. Bopha ravaged parts of central and southern Philippines, killing 325 people.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
05/21
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A house in Talisay, Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, December 05, 2012, was almost stripped after Typhoon Bopha smashed waves as high as 15 feet onto it.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
06/21
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Folks rest on a shed after cleaning the area where their house used to stand December 05, 2012. Typhoon Bopha wrecked houses in seaside village of Talisay, Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, leaving dozens homeless.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
07/21
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Members of the Pelone family gathered and salvage what they could from one of their homes in Talisay, Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, December 05, 2012, that wash leveled by waves as high as fifteen feet caused by Typhoon Bopha.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
08/21
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A day after Typhoon Bopha’s wrath Epifanio Pelone, 73, peeks out of the window from his damaged home as her niece Lucy Sesaldo, salvage what she could from one of their homes in Talisay, Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, December 05, 2012.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
09/21
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John Matthew R. Felicis, 6, cleans his room that was shattered and left opened by waves as high as 15 feet caused by Typhoon Bopha, in Talisay.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
10/21
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A family who lost their home after being leveled by waves as high as fifteen feet caused by Typhoon Bopha, seeks shelter in a chapel in Talisay, Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, December 05, 2012.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
11/21
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Ravaged by waves as high as fifteen feet, what was used to be a beautiful park along the cove of Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, lies in ruins at the shoreline December 05, 2012.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
12/21
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These rocks were thrown from the sea to Boljoon town’s tennis court and municipal hall. Typhoon Bopha created waves as high as fifteen feet and wrecked homes, parks and outrigger boats by the seaside in Bojoon, Cebu, central Philippines.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
13/21
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These young tennis players helped clean Boljoon town’s tennis court a day after typhoon Bopha ravaged central and southern Philippines December 05, 2012. Waves as high as 15ft. Wrecked homes, parks and outrigger boats in Boljoon, Cebu, Philippines.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
14/21
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Official documents of the Boljoon municipal government pictured after they were saved after Typhoon Bopha wrecked homes, parks and outrigger boats in Boljoon, Cebu.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
15/21
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Electric posts and trees toppled by the winds caused by typhoon Bopha that also created waves as high as 15ft. Also wrecking homes, parks and outrigger boats in Boljoon, Cebu, Philippines.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
16/21
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The roots of an acacia tree have changed the landscape of a resort in Lusapon, Boljoon, Cebu after Typhoon Bopha ravaged parts of central and southern Philippines, killing 325 people.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
17/21
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An outrigger boat that escaped Typhoon Bopha’s wrath sits at the road adjacent to the shore in Talisay, Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, December 05, 2012. Bopha ravaged parts of central and southern Philippines, killing 325 people.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
18/21
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Fishermen of Lusapon village in Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines salvage what they can from their outrigger boats that were wrecked by Typhoon Bopha. Latest reports say as many as 325 people have died in the storm.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
19/21
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A toilet bowl sits outside after Typhoon Bopha wrecked the newly built resort of Arnel Romero in Lusapon, Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, December 05, 2012. Latest report has it at 325 people with hundreds injured and missing.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
20/21
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Feliciano Romero checks the damage of his nephew’s newly built resort in Lusapon, Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, December 05, 2012, a day after Typhoon Bopha’s wrath. Latest report has it at 325 people with hundreds injured and missing.
Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
21/21
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Contrasting the turquoise-blue waters, this cottage at the resort village in Lusapon, Boljoon, Cebu, central Philippines, was almost finished but was wrecked by Typhoon Bopha. Latest report has it at 325 people with hundreds injured and missing.
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
  • Waves wreck seaside village as Typhoon Bopha spares most of Cebu
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As Tropical Cyclone Bopha (known locally as Pablo), spared most parts of Cebu Island in central Philippines, the town of Boljoon was ravaged by waves as high as fifteen feet.

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