Syamsudin Hamid, a shopkeeper in the village of Tambora, dis
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Syamsudin Hamid a shopkeeper in the village of Tambora displays... News Photo 94656152Art And Craft,Battered,Buried,Dependency,Display,Engine,Erupting,Fibreglass,Freshness,Friendship,Government,Indonesia,Island,Large,Man Made Object,Nautical Vessel,Politics,Retail Occupation,Roaring,Small,Sumbawa,Time,Travel,Vertical,Village,Wave,YamahaPhotographer BloombergCollection: Bloomberg INDONESIA - JULY 20: Syamsudin Hamid, a shopkeeper in the village of Tambora, displays artefacts buried by the 1815 eruption of Mount Tambora on the island of Sumbawa in Indonesia on Thursday, July 20, 2006. ``We need a bigger boat,'' shouted my friend and traveling companion Arijit Ghosh, above the roar of the 40-horsepower Yamaha engine and the bone-crunching thuds each time a fresh wave battered our tiny fiberglass craft. (Photo by Adam Majendie/Bloomberg via Getty Images)