Chernobyl New Safe Confinement 2018 - The New Safe Confinement, which covers the remains of reactor No.4 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, is being commissioned in 2018.
Abandoned Soviet base - Inside the abandoned control centre of the former Soviet Duga radar station near Chernobyl. Most of the technology was gutted and removed to Moscow.
The way to reactor No.4 - Moving quickly in the corridors between reactor No.3 and reactor No.4 at Chernobyl NPP. Radiation levels here are high and, in order to reduce exposure, you move quickly. I have not corrected this shot in order to preserve the sense of urgency.
Stairs - Pripyat - The staircase in an abandoned kindergarten in Pripyat.
Science class - Pripyat - null
Pripyat view - Window view of the ferris wheel in Pripyat
Soviet military heroes - Some iron work found at the abandoned former Soviet military radar base near Chernobyl, Ukraine.
Duga (Дуга) - A view down the main communications corridor at the Duga-3 site near Chernobyl. This was a Soviet over-the-horizon radar used to detect incoming ICBMs.
Duga (Дуга) - The Duga radar array is around eight hundred metres in length in total and up to 150m high. It is seen here through the windows of the command centre.
Duga (Дуга) - null
Stripped trucks - Pripyat - Old Soviet military trucks stripped of parts, out the back of the garages in Pripyat. These were not too heavily contaminated. Most of the equipment from the original 'graveyard', which is highly radioactive, has been buried.
Comrades - Metal artwork depicting Soviet workers - probably a stained glass window once. This is located in the control centre of the abandoned Duga-3 radar station near Chernobyl.
Fifteen million plastic bags - A discarded gas mask in Pripyat (При́п'ять). The image title is the title of a poem by Adrian Mitchell.
Stopped in Pripyat - An abandoned bus at the garages in Pripyat.
Physio pool - Pripyat - Eerie light reflecting off the tiles of a pool that has not seen water in over three decades