These are some portraits and photos I took on a trip sponsored by Fukushima Future NGO before Xmas 2011. These are residents of the temporary shelters in minamisoma about 25-30 kms from Fukushima Daiichi. The portraits were shot with a 35mm minolta XD on Rokkor 58mm 1.2 lens with Kodak TriX 400.
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