There's not much left of Muntei Baru Baru, one of at least 10 villages that have been swept away by the tsunami that hit a group of islands in western Indonesia.
Waves up to three metres high were triggered by a strong underwater earthquake. The water has caused lots of damage on the Mentawai islands, destroying lots of houses and trees.
At least 272 people have been left dead by the tsunami. Hundreds more are still missing.
Officials say there were problems with a warning system that was designed to alert local people to the tsunami.
These Australian surfers are among the lucky survivors. Some of them were thrown off their boat by the waves and swept away into the jungle.
Tonnes of aid have arrived at Padang, the closest port to the islands, but rough seas have made it difficult getting it to survivors.