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The nuclear meltdown in Fukushima, Japan was really just the cherry on top of an already devastating afternoon. An initial earthquake rocked the area, which triggered a tsunami that ravaged the shore, which led to the nuclear meltdown. After the plant went bottoms up, the area was completely evacuated, creating a 12.5 mile exclusion zone in all directions around the plant.

Photographer Arkadiusz Podniesinski went into the exclusions zone, armed with a camera, to see how the area looks four years later. What he found is a testament to Mother Nature’s tenacity.

Radioation reading of 6.7 uSv/h inside the exclusion zone
Cracks caused by the initial earthquake

Radioactive bags of soil

Kouichi Nozawa (pictured) lives with his wife Youko in a room in temporary housing near Fukushima, after being evacuated out of the exclusion zone

Many vehicles now lie almost completely covered by the forest, which has been left to grow wild since the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Cow with mysterious spots

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