to Dmytro [DieZ]
People live in a 30 km circle around Chernobyl. I've seen an old man carrying a bucket of water in a ghost village. It was quite frankly frightening :)
Beautiful image.. good
It looks so eerie ... like some postapocalyptic scene and a warning not to temper with the forces of nature.
This is great. very good photo and perfect colors.
the effect is very realistic and a bit "dark". it's a revelation for me.
greetings from Poland
Very nice picture of a very sad place !
Some of the people who are commenting saying this is from a game, you're wrong. Americans were a huge part of the "Object Shelter" and they had probably put that english stop sign there for the reason. Also many other gates at chernobyl have english signs.
To Sergei- Great photo, The cloudy sky makes the perfect eerie mood for the largest atomic disaster in history.I sure hope my town's fate isnt the same as Prypiat's (Hanford Nuclear Power Plant)
Thank you! You're right. A lot of Americans worked there for quite a long time. They made great input in terms of technology and industrial safety. I had a chance to talk to some of them during my visit to "Shelter Object".
As to STOP sign. It is a regular road sign, because Soviet Union adopted European traffic rules 30 years ago. That guy who told that just doesn't have driver's license. There are a lot of youngsters here who know about Chernobyl tragedy only because of "Stalker". They unaware of scale of disaster. They know nothing about people which died trying eliminate consequences of it.
I'm new around here.
Can't help to think your name sounds familiar.
Not that I know you.
I am helping free the world from the expanding zone.
Because the world fears the zones expansion.:D
to LarryDart: Thanks!
great photo, Greetings
I, however, do hope Nuclear Fission is our future regarding electricity production. Renewables are expensive & unreliable, whilst Nuclear is almost carbon-neutral, safe & very reliable. I live close to two AGR's & feel completely safe. I would campaign for 2+ more reactors, in fact. The local skills & careers provided are a big factor, too.
TO THE BRAVE FIREFIGHTERS OF THE USSR !
MAY THEIR SACRIFICE NEVER BE FORGOTTEN !
ALL HAIL THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL WORKERS !
THEIR WORK MAKES REACTOR 4 SAFE !
to Gary Geisler. Thank you!
відмінне фото! Подобається + Вибрані
Great picture with sad background!
I like the pic but I don't like nuclear power.
Big respect to you, I wouldn't go near the power plant.
Greetings from Bavaria, Germany!
Сейчас исполняется 25 лек как все это произошло. А до аварии четвертый блок был более красивый.
Respect! Did the camera survive the radiation? And how do you feel when you were there? Like + FV Greetings from Germany, Leif!
Everything was OK!
Tohle je opravdu továrna smrti...
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Photo taken in Ivankivs'kyi district, Kyivs'ka oblast, Ukraine
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