Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

how nature swallowed houses, cars, things – the city where the disaster occurred. Arkadiusz Podnesinski, Polish photographer.

Last year, Polish photographer Fukushima, my own eyes. He received the excitement of scenes from postapocalyptic film.

“Not a nuclear power plant,” he writes. It’s not a problem. “If you’re trying to downplay the scale of the disaster.”

Abandoned cars by nature:

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

Some of the cars have already disappeared in the wild grass.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

Podnesinski demonstrates radiation of 6.7 µSv / h.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

A parked motorcycle becomes one with the upcoming field.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

These infected televisions were assembled and stacked as one of the mitigation efforts.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

Cobwebs hanging over scattered products in an abandoned supermarket.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

Inside the supermarket there is a post-apocalyptic films atmosphere.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

This abandoned computer lab is covered with bird droppings from a nearby village.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

Cooking stoves

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

It was the last race in the amusement park located in a 20km rift zone.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

Grand piano and other musical instruments in school class.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

The earthquake that caused the tsunami also caused damage to buildings.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

These bikes were abandoned when residents rushed.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

Classes were interrupted suddenly.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

Empty halls with slot machines.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

Taken from a landfills site.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

Bangs of radioactive soil

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

The government says it’s skeptical.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

After the accident. One farmer believes contaminated grass.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

“Nuclear energy is a future,” reads the sign.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

The photographer found that Japanese who returned to Fukushima, to save animals from starvation.

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

People were forced to leave everything here, including livestock and pets. Left without food, the animals were doomed to starvation. But one Japanese, 55-year-old Naoto Matsumura,

Spirit of the Apocalypse: Fukushima, four years later

He doesn’t realize that much. Via volunteers, food money, he provides food for dogs and cats. Naoto Matsumura Fukushima.

Original photos on the website of the photographer

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