36 thoughts on “The Sky Over Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant”

  1. Lol, A. Bunka here. I feel bad for the pets left behind, another chapter to this disaster, there must be wild packs of radioactive dogs running around. Now they are building these plants in Iran, we are doomed.

  2. So much of Russia already looks like there was a nuclear explosion and everyone died, the ones who survived are zombies. So many cities are empty and in ruins.

  3. Very nice pictures. It is always interesting to see pics from new places in Pripyat, as many visitors visit the different places in the town. I visited Chernobyl and Pripyat last fall, it was a breathtaking experience, definitely worth the visit.

    • You shouldn’t play that much videogames. From the price of the electric power you use for videogaming after around 6 months you could visit Chernobyl and see how it looks in real, it isn’t that scary as from before the monitor.

  4. Ukrainka, read the section “”About” “English Russia is a daily entertaiment blog devoted to the events happening in Russian speaking countries, such as Russia (Russian Federation), Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Kazakhstan, etc.”

  5. I’m planning to visit Pripyat next spring, maybe I can persuade some of my mates at the university to join. My father works in a nuclear power plant in Hungary, so it would be even more interesting for me.

  6. the subject location has been photographed to death. these are just over-processed repeat photos. too much emphasis on the depth of field, and the vignetting is awful.

  7. What most people don’t realize is that coal and oil are both slightly radioactive as well. Even though it’s only a small % because we burn so much coal we end up releasing more radioactivity for a given amount of electrical power with coal than we do with nuclear power.

    Coal also releases other heavy metals that rain down onto our crops and into our water.

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