A rare and endangered species, the Mongolian wild horse, most commonly known as Przewalski's horse, was reintroduced into the Chernobyl Exclusion zone in 1998. The population has grown from a few dozen to an estimated two hundred. Here, around 20 horses are grazing in a meadow inside the exclusion zone. Original video by Elise Hunchuck (2018).
Chernobyl after Chernobyl
Landscapes of Post-History
Something from the future is peeking out and it’s just too big for our minds.
Too huge for us to handle.
—Svetlana Alexievich 
1. From Svetlana Alexievich’s Chernoby Prayer: A Chronicle of the Future, translated by Anna Gunin and Arch Tait, translation published in 2016 bu Penguin Books (London).
All photographs taken by Elise Hunchuck (c. 2018).
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