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August 11, 1991 | BOB DROGIN, Bob Drogin is The Times' Manila bureau chief. Marissa Roth is a Los Angeles-based photographer working on a book about the plight of Philippine children.
It is a surreal scene. For mile after mile along the Philippines' South China Sea coast, a thick blanket of ash has choked rivers and streams, crushed tall trees and homes and buried fertile fields and steep hills alike in a deathly shroud of gray. Cats, cars and clothes all bear the same chalky pallor. Under a harsh sun, ash glistens like snow on distant mountains.
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August 11, 1991 | BOB DROGIN, Bob Drogin is The Times' Manila bureau chief. Marissa Roth is a Los Angeles-based photographer working on a book about the plight of Philippine children.
It is a surreal scene. For mile after mile along the Philippines' South China Sea coast, a thick blanket of ash has choked rivers and streams, crushed tall trees and homes and buried fertile fields and steep hills alike in a deathly shroud of gray. Cats, cars and clothes all bear the same chalky pallor. Under a harsh sun, ash glistens like snow on distant mountains.
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