on the tarmac at Simeulue
one of the schools on Nias
driving up the west coast near Calang
flying over Simeulue Island
coastline of Simeulue
Pile foundation at school near Meulaboh
Relief teams are assessing the damage on Indonesia's island of Sumatra which was hit by two massive earthquakes.
At least nine people are known to have been killed and some 40 injured in the undersea tremors and a series of aftershocks on Wednesday and Thursday.
Tsunami warnings were repeatedly issued and lifted, as many people ran inland fearing a repeat of the 2004 tsunami.
Many buildings collapsed and there were power cuts, but destruction was not as bad as initially feared, officials say.
Wednesday's magnitude-8.4 earthquake - the world's strongest so far this year - struck at 1810 (1110 GMT), about 30km (18 miles) under the sea, 130km (80 miles) south-west of the city of Bengkulu, the US Geological Survey said.
Later, a 7.8-magnitude quake struck about 185km (115 miles) south-east of the city of Padang.