How does Fukushima after almost 5 years after the accident
• How does Fukushima after almost 5 years after the accident,
March 11, 2011 as a result of Japan's strongest ever earthquake and subsequent tsunami at the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant there was a major radiation accident. Financial losses, including the elimination of the effects of the costs, the costs of decontamination and compensation, estimated at $ 100 billion. Since the operation to eliminate the effects are planned for 40 years, most of the residents have fled their homes, but some remained. As of the first half of 2015 the number of evacuees was 120, 000 people. All of them can not yet return to their homes, most of which 4 years fell into disrepair. The exclusion zone gradually "captures" nature. It should be noted that the views of these places are becoming increasingly similar to the post-apocalypse. Unlike Chernobyl, tourists are not allowed, and journalists - not very pleased. Because of this, almost all things are left in place, frozen in time. Polish photographer Arkadiusz Podnesinski managed to visit the exclusion zone near the Fukushima-1 and capture its present state.