Bit late to this as I’ve been too busy to check my friends’ sites for a while but have just seen that Rob Gilhooly has put up some night images of the Tsunami zone on his site.
A very original ideas for a different take on the experience up there from a photographer who has spent a long time bringing back powerful images from the destruction. The raison d’être for this series is so simple though: he couldn’t sleep. Yet it was not an easy thing to go out in the dark and do this; I know exactly what he’s talking about when he describes the utter emptiness and scary silence of walking around in those ravaged places after the light had gone. I did it a couple of times and it was terrifying.
Way too many ghosts
The image above is of those near night images I took on the borders of the exclusion Zone in Minami Soma in Fukushima .
But have a look at Rob’s work it is beautiful and so so sad.