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Chernobyl: 20 years later.


Photojournalist Mark Resnicoff posted an extensive essay and photographs of his 2006 visit to Chernobyl, twenty years after the nuclear accident that shut the city down. http://nikongear.com/Chernobyl/Chernobyl_1.htm -via Look at This

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I think you'd have to be crazy to go there. It's still radiated and will be for practically forever. Of course, I visited Los Alamos, and that's a dumb thing to do, too.
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Robert Polidori, an amazing photojournalist, took photographs of Pripyat & Chernobyl in 2001 before Resnicoff. His book (highly recommended) is Zones of Exclusion. Here's a short article & photo gallery.

http://www.theglobalist.com/photo/Chernobyl/Polidori.shtml
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