An example of the destructive power of an earthquake.

Shag Pile was once called Shag Rock a solid rock formation in Sumner, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Shaken to pieces by the power of an earthquake.

This is a graphic example of the destructive power an earthquake has on even the most solid of materials.

If this is what an earthquake can do to a giant rock formation.

Imagine what it could do to your home, it's contents and the people in it.

If it had base isolation would still be standing.

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Chris Colenso