Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

He Risked His Life To Photograph The Eerie Aftermath Of Japan’s Nuclear Disaster.

Photographer Arkandiusz Podniesinski showed a radiation reading of 6.7 uSv/h inside the dangerous fallout zone.

Photographer Arkandiusz Podniesinski showed a radiation reading of 6.7 uSv/h inside the dangerous fallout zone.

Arkadiusz Podniesinski

These ground breaks were caused by the earthquake, which led to the tsunami. The cows are the property of a man named Masami Yoshizawa, who insisted upon returning to his farm after the disaster.

These ground breaks were caused by the earthquake, which led to the tsunami. The cows are the property of a man named Masami Yoshizawa, who insisted upon returning to his farm after the disaster.

Arkadiusz Podniesinski

A stack of contaminated televisions remain dumped near Fukushima.

A stack of contaminated televisions remain dumped near Fukushima.

Arkadiusz Podniesinski

This aerial photograph shows dump sites that house the massive amounts of contaminated soil.

This aerial photograph shows dump sites that house the massive amounts of contaminated soil.

Arkadiusz Podniesinski

To save space, the radioactive bags of soil are stacked on top of one another.

To save space, the radioactive bags of soil are stacked on top of one another.

Arkadiusz Podniesinski

Locals have been promised that all of the contaminated soil has been disposed of, but many remain skeptical and have kept their distance.

Locals have been promised that all of the contaminated soil has been disposed of, but many remain skeptical and have kept their distance.

Arkadiusz Podniesinski

Some residents who were evacuated, like Kouichi Nozawa, have been moved to temporary housing outside the exclusion zone, with no real idea of when they can come back.

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