Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Photographer Visited Chernobyl Site With Infrared Camera And Here's What He Saw.

The trolley that used to bring residents throughout the town is being taken over by time.

The scrapyards have become full of old equipment just like this one.

The trolley that used to bring residents throughout the town is being taken over by time.

Vladimir Migutin

A monument has been placed for the people that were evacuated.

All along the monumental trail are placards with the names of the villages that were evacuated after the explosion.

A monument has been placed for the people that were evacuated.

Vladimir Migutin

This piece of equipment is called "The Bucket."

It was used to clean the roof of the reactor that failed.

This piece of equipment is called "The Bucket."

Vladimir Migutin

A dog can be seen wandering around the remnants of the old sport's hall.

It's hard to picture anyone ever playing a game of basketball in here.

A dog can be seen wandering around the remnants of the old sport's hall.

Vladimir Migutin

Considering how dangerous it is, not many people have ventured into the Chernobyl site.

So, thank-you, Vladimir Migutin, for showing this beautiful perspective of the most disastrous event in history.

Considering how dangerous it is, not many people have ventured into the Chernobyl site.

Vladimir Migutin

Sources: PetaPixel, Kolari Vision

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