Inside the Fukushima Exclusion Zone
The project by photographer Patrik Lundin is a 180-degree dissection of the radiated land areas surrounding the plant. Each view has been taken in five-degree increments, looking towards the failed reactor. In Lundin’s work, the common factor is that each image contains levels of unseen radiation.
View 29 – 0.4 microsievert / hour.
View 5 – 0.1 microsievert / hour.
View 34 – 0.3 microsievert / hour.
View 23 – 6.6 microsievert / hour.
View 22 – 2.2 microsievert / hour.
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