"The Babushkas of Chernobyl" is the story of three unlikely heroines who live in Chernobyl's "Zone of Alienation" or "Dead Zone." For more than 29 years they have survived - even thrived - on some of the most contaminated land on Earth. Winner Special Jury Award - Los Angeles Film Festival Winner Best Documentary - Santa Fe Film Festival Winner Best Editing & Special Jury Honor Award - Woodstock Film Festival Official Selection - Doc NYC, Seattle International Film Festival and many mo...
https://flic.kr/p/7hRQYi | Postcard of Sellafield | Sellafield (formerly known as Windscale) is a nuclear processing and former electricity generating site, close to the village of Seascale on the coast of the Irish Sea in Cumbria, England. The site is served by Sellafield railway station.
https://flic.kr/p/9y1Gvf | 02790018 | Historical collections of the Chernobyl accident. - Pilots supplied the zone with food products, medicine and everything else necessary. Photo: crew of the helicopter MI-8 before a flight to the chernobyl Atomic Power Station area: Commander V. Surkov (centre), pilot-navigator Ye. Yelnikov (right) and flight technician V. Borschchevsky, the men distinguished themselves during decontamination activities.
https://flic.kr/p/pHLu63 | Wismut soft tailings stabilization 1999 | .This photo shows a very small dozer with a laser survey target -- the dozer is used to spread the waste rock cover over the very soft tailings. Wismut is located in eastern Germany near Chemnitz. It was a Soviet uranium mine until 1991. . . . Scan from 4x6" print in 2014 . .Scan 2014 A-355 .