This entry was posted on 10/10/2012 by Erik Five. It was filed under Uncategorized .
Awesome set. I have wanted to go shoot Chernobyl for a while now. It looks pretty cool, but I’ve heard it’s been looted pretty badly and attracts a lot of tourists. Is that true?
Still, great pics…B&W was a perfect choice for the mood here.
10/10/2012 at 15:21
I´m not sure how looted it is cause the government actually destroyed most of the stuff that was in there after the accident, since everything was contaminated by radiation. There is still a lot of stuff left there in the schools and such. Toys, books etc, but I think all the furniture was destroyed by the government. Thats why there isn´t much of that left. The tourists really depends on when you are there. We went round for a couple of days and never met anyone. Most of the tourists comes in from Kiev for an hour or two and then out again. They don´t have time to walk around that much. We were in there for two days (lived in Tsjernobyl hotel) and only met 10-15 people for lunch, but never inside Prypiat. We are going back in November when there is less leafs on the trees. A lot of Prypiat is covered by trees now so we are hoping for a more naked city when we go there then. You should come with us 😉
10/10/2012 at 15:31
Greit fotosted det der 🙂
01/12/2012 at 17:40
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