Shadow details and flash burn effects of a telephone pole and a shrine in Hiroshima, Japan.
Hiroshima Japan Date:1946, March 27 Duration:58 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Shadow details and flash burns caused due to atomic bomb explosion in Hiroshima, Japan during World War II. A telephone pole with the flash burned area and the protected area. Shadows cast on the lower part of the pole. A small shrine. Shadow cast on flash burned area on a vertical wooden column supporting the corner of roof of the shrine. Shadow cast by the wood attached to round upright support column. Flash burned area at the lower portion of a column. Buddhist priest points at the shadow cast on vertical columns.
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