Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Plants in 1995 (TEPCO) #2, 3, & 4, Futaba 福島第一原子力発電所

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At this time the former striped paint job was on all 6 reactors.

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©schw@bendude on March 12, 2011

A nuclear disaster! Oh no! Not again. I hope for Japan in that it starts off lightly. I see the terrible pictures on TV and can not believe it. I think of you!


schwarzweisz on March 12, 2011

my deepest condolences to all the victims affected by yesterday earthquake

andy85609 on March 12, 2011

Und jetzt ist das Ding in die Luft geflogen. Hoffen wir für die Bevölkerung in Japan und den Rest der Welt, dass das mal gut geht...

Nakhon224 Panoramio on March 13, 2011

Do not have any adverse events. Concerns from Thailand, Nakhon Si Thammarat.

digipic | Long live … on March 13, 2011

My deepest condolences to all the victims affected from the earthquake and the Tunami - and hope for all that this nuclear disaster may be limited !

enter0605 on March 13, 2011

Саућешће породицама пострадалих од последица земљотреса и цунамија који је задесио североисток Јапана.

enter0605 on March 13, 2011

Narod Srbije saućestvuje u vašoj boli.

cdbrock on March 13, 2011

condolences from the people of Ireland

mickeMG on March 14, 2011

I express my condolences to the people of Japan in connection with the tragedy which has befallen his earthquake, explosion at the station. I wish you courage in this situation, an early solution of problems. Micke M. Gavva, Russia.

Eric R. on March 14, 2011

I wish you courage in the event that you cross

eric DELVA on March 15, 2011

I wish good luck at the japanese people. France like you and like your country and the people of Japan. Greetings from Paris(France).

Rüganer Egon on March 15, 2011

Hello Friend Photo

I hope you and your friends have survived the disaster. As a photo show of pictures from Panoramio friend in a world now moving place of better days, I would like to add you to my list of favorite photographers.

Please, please get in touch!

A quiet and big hug from a friend from the island of Rügen (Germany)

the Rüganer Egon

Goraninjo on March 15, 2011

Condolences from Croatia. You will rise again. The world is with you.

IlfromBrazil on March 16, 2011

Hey, peolpe from the disaster area, there is a brazilian moviment, inviting u also family and friends, to move in they area, also they will provided food,and acomodation, warm and care ...follow in the facebook this guys "COWBOY GRILL" in NAGANO city, because that area was not afected......by earthquake and tsunami, thta city is located 700m up to the sea !! is very cold there, but safety.....please how see this mesage pass to the necessity people !!...and God Bless u !!.... ILTON from Brazil (asorry my english)........lso my ex wife and my two kids living in Nagano and for God, its every thing ok with then......!!!

Paul HART on March 16, 2011

Deepest condoleances from the UK

Be strong



Manolo Dueñas on March 16, 2011

a big hug to the people of Japan at this very terrible, my heart and my prayers are with you, you are an admirable people by the content that you show at this time, Manolo

c. bayernengel on March 16, 2011

So ein Unglück, wenn man die Bilder von heute sieht, schrecklich!!!

So eine schöne Landschaft! und jetzt? Wir sind in Gedanken bei den vielen Japanern, die soviel Leid ertragen müssen. Alles, alles Gute nach Japan. Wir hoffen und weinen mit ihnen.

kikobela on March 17, 2011

mi solidaridad y condolencia para el pueblo de Japón.

xp-ray on March 17, 2011

condolences from the people of Norway.

pleas try to get hold of a big ship to deliver power and pump water to the power plant.as those we use to put out oilrig fire in the NORT ATLANTERN RIGS of STATOIL NORWAY.


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Photo taken in Ottozawa, Okuma, Futaba District, Fukushima Prefecture 979-1301, Japan

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