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I went to a crazy fun lucha wrestling event near Bethnal Green in London. It was so good to watch the luchadors flying around and I really enjoyed taking photos through the night. I will go again as I considered this the recon visit! :)Kin Chan, I bring you the luchadors!, London, March 2014 with #5DKin Chan’s Facebook Page
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I went to a crazy fun lucha wrestling event near Bethnal Green in London. It was so good to watch the luchadors flying around and I really enjoyed taking photos through the night. I will go again as I considered this the recon visit! :)

Kin Chan, I bring you the luchadors!, London, March 2014 with #5D

Kin Chan’s Facebook Page


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"Someone at the door" - © Bernard AndréSpecial thanks to : Boghossian Foundation - http://www.villaempain.com
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'On my first visit to the region, I witnessed the sudden death of the region. Then, over time, I saw how the area lost its color and became leaden, dulled. During my last trip, in the summer of 2013, I realized that I had grown used to the situation as it was. It had somehow become normal to me. Upon realizing this, I felt the color returning to the region.'
-Getty Images Grant winner Kosuke Okahara reflects on the transformation of Fukushima since a nuclear plant explosion devestated the area in March 2011. Read more on LenCulture.
Image:Baseball players of Soma Noko high school practice inside the gymnasium in Minamisoma. After the decontamination of their baseball field, they started practicing outside, though the radiation level was still relatively higher than the so called “Normal Level”. Photo by Kosuke Okahara.

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'On my first visit to the region, I witnessed the sudden death of the region. Then, over time, I saw how the area lost its color and became leaden, dulled. During my last trip, in the summer of 2013, I realized that I had grown used to the situation as it was. It had somehow become normal to me. Upon realizing this, I felt the color returning to the region.'

-Getty Images Grant winner Kosuke Okahara reflects on the transformation of Fukushima since a nuclear plant explosion devestated the area in March 2011. Read more on LenCulture.

Image:Baseball players of Soma Noko high school practice inside the gymnasium in Minamisoma. After the decontamination of their baseball field, they started practicing outside, though the radiation level was still relatively higher than the so called “Normal Level”. Photo by Kosuke Okahara.


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