Iwaki City. Normally, people can swim here. One of the signs on the chairs said, “Do not eat any seafood up north from Chiba prefecture,” and fishermen decided not to fish when results of sea water and seafood tests came back to show high radioactive contamination. Kosuke Okahara. Read more http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/photobooth/2012/03/dispatch-from-tohoku.html#ixzz1oSWQ24mL
“People will stand in front of me and not pay me any mind,” Clay Benskin said. “I guess I have no presence.” Going unnoticed on New York City streets is one of Mr. Benskin's greatest advantages as a street photographer — mastering thousands of beautiful black-and-white photos.