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IN Travel & Adventure ON 14 Jul, 2016
Its fascinating how people are willing to do all sorts of things. Things that would surely give me goosebumps. What drives them to do so? What were they thinking when they thought of doing it? I have pondered over this a thousand times but never got any satisfactory answer. Anyway, sometimes, such adventures done by people benefit us a lot. This guy here, for instance, sneaked into the Fukushima Red Zone in Japan which is now a ghostown due to the 3 nuclear meltdowns that took place in 2011 after the city was hit by a Tsunami.
In order to enter the city, you require a special pemit but Malaysian photographer Keow Wee Loong decided to go the unconventional way and sneaked into the city. Let us see what he captured in his camera.
People did not even have time to collect their laundriy. They just...left!
How people had to just leave everything behind and run away. Their cars, clothes and all their belongings.
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