Malaysian explorer/photographer Keow Wee Loong takes a forbidden trip into the ghost town of Fukushima. Clearly aware of the dangers to his health (due to radioactive chemicals in the air) caused by the 2011 earthquake.
According to BlazePress:
"After the Tohoku earthquake on 11 March 2011 the towns and villages surrounding the Fukushima nuclear plant were quickly abandoned and have remained untouched ever since."
"Radiation from the several broken nuclear reactions following the earthquake has rendered the surrounding area entirely unhabitable and will likely remain so for hundreds of years to come as engineers remain puzzled on how to safely stabilise them and the threat that they pose."
You gotta give the upmost credit to this man. Who would dare to take such a risky trip?
Explore his journey vicariously by checking out the pictures below - if you're feeling lucky.
"When I entered the red zone, I could feel a burning sensation in my eyes and a thick chemical smell in the air."