Photographer Visited Chernobyl Site With Infrared Camera And Here's What He Saw.
Here's a part of the “Duga” radar system at the Chernobyl Power Plant.
It was once used as part of the early-warning network for the Soviets. It would warn them of incoming ballistics.
This piano was once played by amazing musicians in the concert hall in Pripyat.
Now the decaying piano is just a reminder of what once was.
Pripyat, at one time, was the place to be if you wanted to have fun.
These bumper cars were once a source of laughter for the children in the area.
This ferris wheel has definitely seen much better days.
Couples on their first date and children shrieking were once able to enjoy the view from the top.
The shell of the nuclear power plant can still be seen, as well.
It's unbelievable this used to be a bustling town, full of workers, and families, until that one devastating day.
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