Analog Chernobyl Part 5 – Chernobyl Town

Contrary to popular belief, the Chernobyl Town is still inhabited and busy. It’s a beautiful snapshot of a long gone era, a battlefield between humans and nature, with crumbling buildings slowly giving up to the vegetation.

 

Do people still live in Chernobyl? [PART 1]

 

Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Liquidators Monument on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Liquidators Monument on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera
Chernobyl Town on a 35mm film captured with Kiev 4 camera

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