by Low Lai Chow in New Photography on Tuesday 27 August 2013

Sometimes, it’s hard to tell just how deeply steeped disasters have set in until we take a huge step back and look. In this case, NASA’s images from space are especially key photographic eyewitnesses, whether it’s Hurricane Sandy wrecking havoc to northeastern US states in 2012, or the recent haze from Indonesia’s Sumatra fires surrounding neighboring countries like Malaysia and Singapore.

Via New York Times