[All found in here. Warning: there’s some odd redirecting going on at that site.]
A Dutch local resident, standing in his house, looks to high waters level through his window, in Dordrecht on January 5, 2012. Gale force winds reaching up to 110 kilometres (about 70 miles) an hour as well as heavy rains are expected along the Dutch coast. About a quarter of the country sits below sea level.
That’s hella scary. There’s a lot of hydrostatic pressure on the base of that wall, and I wouldn’t want to be standing there when it fails. [Found in here.]
The hills of Western Hungary, after a flood of toxic red sludge from an alumina plant engulfed several towns and burned people through their clothes.
Nope. Not a Photoshop.