Comment posted by Carol Ann not verified on August 11th, thanks for the info Comment posted by james not verified on July 27th, Hello I am a veteran of the French nuclear tests, I underwent surgery for cancer in November Comment posted by Mazyoyo not verified on September 14th, This is what happens when things go wrong.
Comment posted by Bill Gomberg not verified on October 12th, This moved me. I never have felt so bad in my life Thank you for sharing! Comment posted by Amber not verified on March 15th, Unbelievable pictures!
When it turned out that the motorcycle story was an invention, they were even less pleased about this fantasy Web site. Yet to this day Filatova is still a legend to some, but as a matter of fact her site had not been online for a very long time before people started questioning her story, doubting the amount of truth in it.
Comment posted by CJohnson not verified on March 15th, Incredible work. I hope that Marty Forscher got to see this. We do not learn about these things in the United States school system.
Thank you for sharing. In answer to the questions about access, this is resticted by the fact that you must be accompanied by a guide at all times, and there are some areas within the town that have high radiation - on the steps to the riverside being one such place.
I knew about Chernoybl, but I realise I never really understood it. Those poor innocents They were already having them thanks to a certain country nuking them decades ago.
Glenn-Patrick Ferguson Comment posted by Glenn Ferguson not verified on March 14th, The more I watch, the more sadness fills me, tears to my eyes.
I went into many apartments hoping to find some interesting shots, however without exception all had been broken into and looted - they were completely empty. I will however not take this message into any account as the author of this message to me is unknown and I thus cannot verify its amount of truth.
However, all was not futile because at the time she did manage to bring a certain attention back to a disaster that the world wants to forget. Minimata on an unspeakably larger scale.
Comment posted by Mahu not verified on December 10th, wow nice share for Chernobyl, btw i usually read your blog using my blackberry email account. It was disaster that no one will ever forget and can easily understand that atomic war today will destroy whole world.
Only bits of bed and a broken piano remained. How poor little kits have to pay the error for others How again praising the civil and military nuclear. She can only ride a bicycle or little scooter.Chernobyl nuclear disaster – in pictures Chernobyl nuclear disaster – in pictures The first photo to be taken of the reactor, at 4pm, 14.
Elena Filatova is a Ukrainian motorcyclist & photographer who uses the online nickname "KiddOfSpeed". Her website contains a photo-essay of her purported solo motorcycle ride through the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Exclusion Zone.
A photo and essay documented motorcycle trip through the wastelands of chernobyl. Over twenty years have passed since the meltdown at Chernobyl. Paul Fusco faces the dark legacy of the modern technological nightmare that continues to plague those exposed to its destructive radiation.
but never have I felt so moved and silenced as watching your essay. Thank you for sharing. Comment posted by RonJLamb (not.
During years of my interest in Chernobyl, I have collected rare and unique materials of Chernobyl accident and it's aftermath. Roadside Picnic photo/video reportage Afterword to Chernobyl photoreportages High Resolution Pictures and Chernobyl Videos Chernobyl Journal Volume I insights Volume II Chernobyl Journal Vol III.
Jan 05, · On Filatova's website, there are a few photo essays from her journeys to the area around Chernobyl; villages (inhabited as well as abandoned), buildings, nature and even some from Pripyat, but it should also be noted that a significant number of photos from her first essay are not her own (the photographers are however Author: K.