A Tilt-Shift Tour of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

The Chernobyl nuclear reactor and the nearby town of Pripyat have been pretty much a no man’s land since the nuclear meltdown in 1986. In those 36 years, entropy has damaged structures, trees and plants have taken over, wildlife has moved in, yet you can see that it was abandoned so suddenly that evidence of the former residents are still everywhere.    

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Joerg Daiber visited Ukraine last year, before the Russian invasion, and got the spend a couple of days in the Chernobyl exclusion zone. He filmed a lot of the landscape by drone, and used the tilt-shift filtering method to give it a miniature toy look, but it’s all too real. Eerily real. -via Laughing Squid

Source: neatorama

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