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Nuclear Sunset, Dungeness B by Phil Clarkstone, via 500px

Nuclear Sunset, Dungeness B by Phil Clarkstone, via 500px

Aniva Lighthouse, Sakhalin Gys, Russia. Built under extremely difficult conditions on jagged rock just off the southeastern cape of Sakhalin island

Aniva Lighthouse, Sakhalin Gys, Russia. Built under extremely difficult conditions on jagged rock just off the southeastern cape of Sakhalin island

The Mys Aniva Lighthouse, a Soviet era nuclear-powered lighthouse on the coast of Sakhalin, Russia's largest island.

Mys Aniva Lighthouse

The Mys Aniva Lighthouse, a Soviet era nuclear-powered lighthouse on the coast of Sakhalin, Russia's largest island.

Aniva Rock Lighthouse, Sakhalinskaya Oblast, Russia Originally built for use in the 1930’s by Japan, it was later seized by Russians and used during World War II, powered by nuclear power. During the 1990’s and the fall of communism, the lighthouse became vacant and has since been abandoned.

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Aniva Rock Lighthouse, Sakhalinskaya Oblast, Russia Originally built for use in the 1930’s by Japan, it was later seized by Russians and used during World War II, powered by nuclear power. During the 1990’s and the fall of communism, the lighthouse became vacant and has since been abandoned.

Aniva Lighthouse, Sakhalin Gys, Russia. Built under extremely difficult conditions on jagged rock just off the southeastern cape of Sakhalin island

Aniva Lighthouse, Sakhalin Gys, Russia. Built under extremely difficult conditions on jagged rock just off the southeastern cape of Sakhalin island

K-141 Kursk was an Oscar-II class nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine of the Russian Navy, lost with all hands when it sank in the Barents Sea on 12 August 2000.

K-141 Kursk was an Oscar-II class nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine of the Russian Navy, lost with all hands when it sank in the Barents Sea on 12 August 2000.

Never underestimate the power of the Fairport Harbor citizens of 1869. Their combined efforts took on The U.S. Secretary of Commerce with a writing campaign of determination and strength. Their main goal was to save their Lighthouse.

Never underestimate the power of the Fairport Harbor citizens of 1869. Their combined efforts took on The U.S. Secretary of Commerce with a writing campaign of determination and strength. Their main goal was to save their Lighthouse.

Two years after the the Great East Japan Earthquake of March 11, 2011, and the following tsunami and nuclear disaster, a large area around the failed Fukushima nuclear plant is still considered an exclusion zone. Namie, a small city just north of the nuclear power plant, was evacuated shortly after the quake, and its 21,000 townspeople have been unable to return since, leaving it a ghost town

Two years after the the Great East Japan Earthquake of March 11, 2011, and the following tsunami and nuclear disaster, a large area around the failed Fukushima nuclear plant is still considered an exclusion zone. Namie, a small city just north of the nuclear power plant, was evacuated shortly after the quake, and its 21,000 townspeople have been unable to return since, leaving it a ghost town

Phare de la Vieille ("The Old Lady") ~ Plogoff, Raz de Sein Finistère Bretagne, France

Phare de la Vieille ("The Old Lady") ~ Plogoff, Raz de Sein Finistère Bretagne, France

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