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Ukrane Chernobyl Hospital June 2015

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Day 1 of a very memorable trip, wanted to do this for so long and as such the opportunity arose a few weeks back to make it happen.

With it being very short notice, I went on my own and joined a public tour for 2 days, with 5 other folk, only 1 other person taking pictures !! time was limited in each location as we tried to cram in as many different locations as possible.

As such I only had approx 45 mins in here............. first of a few reports to follow of each place i thought worthy of a report :)

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Cheers

The Baron

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You did really well in 45 minutes there mate and loving the moodiness of this set. It's one creepy as hell place in there for sure and you've captured that nicely. Did you venture into the basement to dress up as a fireman?

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Cracking set, very dark and depressing... enough about you...

Stunning set of pics mate, love it!

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Bloody ace that mate, some very cool and moody shots there.

You did well there pulling that trip off i such a short period of time ;)

Whats with people going without cameras? are they mad lol :o

Great to see and thanks for sharing :band:

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