Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

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A small temple carried hundreds of meters away from it's foundation.


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  • mark harvey 4y

  • Robert Mallon 4y

    Powerful image.
  • Helje 4y

    I didn't know you went there... I do agree, it's certainly a very effective photo. The fog/mist only adds to the mood.
  • NateVenture 4y

    Thanks, I went up the weekend after I came back from Korea. We had driven straight through from the Tokyo airport and this was just after sunrise, although the fog was so thick we couldn't see the sun. It was very ominous and eery.
  • Simon Be. 4y

    good you went there, nate. this photo is the strongest, I think.
  • Schizoo from Paris 4y

    this is sick. And the rest of the world behavior too, let the nuclear plant blow, let people without nothing left. So far I remember seeing japanese firemen during Haiti and others, here it felt like nobody moves, at least not in relation to the disaster.
    I'm sad.
  • NateVenture 4y

    Schizoo from Paris - I'm not sure I understand what you are trying to say.
  • Schizoo from Paris 4y

    sorry for my bad english :)
    in other words, I have the feeling that things haven't been done to save more people and prevent fukushima waste.
  • NateVenture 4y

    Very true, your english is fine. Thank you for taking the time to post.
  • Mike Keevers 4y

    powerful image. thanks for sharing.
  • Andrea Caligaris 4y

    Thank you for sharing these with us. Moving witness.
  • Connate 4y

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