Two years after the Japan earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster of 2011, Google, at the request of the Mayor of Fukushima Prefecture, drove its cameras through the streets of the Exclusion Zone to allay the concerns of the remaining 300,000 evacuees. I have used Google Street View with a photographer’s eye to access the inaccessible. As I wandered in this […]
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