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  1. silvergirl
    silvergirl ·

    FANTASTIC SERIE!!!

    I NEVER SEE THE REAL CHERNOBYL

    :/ IS A SAD PLACE BUT YOUR GAZE GIVES LIFE THROUGH THE CAMERA

    CONGRATS!!!!

  2. whoisloi
    whoisloi ·

    @silvergirl thank you so much for your kind words! It means a lot, I'm really glad for your perspective s: it is indeed a very sad place with a very intense atmosphere of abandonment and quiet despair, for a moment while walking through the streets of Pripyat, you look at the buildings and it almost feels like someone will come to the window. It's an amazing place for melancholic people ahah
    And by the way, I loved your photographs, you have an amazing eye and your creativity is reflected in your photographs, amazing work!

  3. therover
    therover ·

    I do agree with silvergirl. I would say that your photos give a good idea of the atmospher.
    I was there but with a tour operator. Were you there on your own, or with a urbex group, in a clandestine tour ?

  4. whoisloi
    whoisloi ·

    @therover, thanks a lot! It's nice to hear that from someone that has also been there and know the feeling! I was there also with a guide, I went with SoloEast Tours.

  5. therover
    therover ·

    @whoisloi I went also during this trip in the nuclear rocket museum in the middle of Ukraine. (I ended a job in the nuclear waste managament - so fully nuclear thematic...). You can some pictures here in some of my albums. I met a group of urbexers in Kiev who made urbex tours and one clandestine in Chernobyl.

  6. whoisloi
    whoisloi ·

    @therover that's quite amazing! I didn't know about this museum, seems incredible! Will check out the pictures in your albums!

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