N. As we known, the exclusion zone includes the 30 kilometers radius from the center of the explosion that, in 1986, caused the most serious nuclear accident in history, a place from which human beings must keep “away” but in which the animals are back to proliferate undisturbed.
The photographer has documented the exclusion zone in a new and creative way, showing it with almost surreal colors. He said that during the exploration he felt an environment that was anything but melancholy, but that looked more like a little paradise on earth, undisturbed by man.
The sarcophagus covering the Central:
Grand piano in the concert hall of the abandoned city of Pripyat:
The tools of the secret base originated by the Woodpecker Signal near Chernobyl:
An abandoned farm:
Flowers and butterflies in the forest:
A gym in Pripyat:
The blue pool of Pripyat:
Simon, a fox who does not fear the man who often approaches the groups visiting the exclusion zone, asking for food:
The route with the names of the evacuated villages on both sides:
The ruins of an electric-powered bus near Chernobyl:
A machinery used to clean the roof after the deadly casting:
The ghost town of Pripyat:
A lake near the Chernobyl exclusion zone:
The now famous abandoned Ferris wheel of Pripyat:
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