Typhoon Haiyan Aftermath Photos from Around the Web

A view to the sea over flattened homes in Tacloban, Philippines, following the devastating typhoon: pic.twitter.com/NzS6wTMPZI AFP Photo Department ‏@AFPphoto

The people of the Philippines desperately need our prayers and support.  The devastation and death toll is massive.  People are now left without shelter, food and water.  Thousands of people are suffering from the loss of loved ones.  Let us pray for their peace, comfort, safety, needs and salvation. 

This is a wake up call for all of us.  Time is short, we are seeing natural disasters on a much grander scale then ever before in modern recorded history.  This could happen to any of us.     – Gordon

PAF Nomad flew over Guiuan, East Samar this morning to survey the damage wreaked by #TyphoonYolanda help on the way pic.twitter.com/JoVAnUujUR Team AFP ‏@TeamAFP

A girl peeks out from a makeshift shelter in Tacloban. CNN.com

A man searches through debris next to a ship washed ashore in the devastated city of Tacloban, Philippines, on Sunday, November 10. The most powerful cyclone in three decades battered the Philippines, killing hundreds of people and leaving more than 100 bodies scattered on the streets of this coastal city.    CNN.com

Residents transport relief goods in Tacloban. CNN.com

Two boys search through debris. CNN.com

A woman mourns in front of her husband’s dead body in a street of Tacloban. CNN.com

People walk past the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban. CNN.com

Clothes dry on a line outside a stadium used as an evacuation center in Tacloban. CNN.com

Fallen trees litter the ground at the Tacloban airport in the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan on Saturday, November 9. CNN.com

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