Exclusion Zone: 10 Gloomy Photos Of Chernobyl Taken Through An Infrared Filter
June 7, 2019
The incident at Chernobyl nuclear power plant occurred on April 26, 1986. The largest anthropogenic catastrophe in history turned this region into a wasteland for many years. But now, Chernobyl has opened its gates for people from all over the world to visit the abandoned city and its surroundings. It has become a dream destination for brave photographers, travelers, and just thrill-seekers, who want to see everything with their own eyes.
Photographer Vladimir Migutin visited Chernobyl and the neighboring town of Pripyat for a photo shoot. His pictures look particularly gloomy due to the infrared filter, which adds a special mystical atmosphere. Would you like to take a look at the photographer’s vision of the exclusion zone?