Images of some of the devastation caused by Severe Tropical Cyclone Winston which hit Fiji on 20th February 2016. These photo’s were taken in Soqulu (Taveuni Estates), Waica, and Waiyevo. The eye of the storm passed over the southern half of Taveuni causing widespread damage and leaving many homeless. Peak winds were recorded at 298km/h.

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