My two favorite photos from a recent Washington Post gallery of images taken inside the Fukushima no-entry zone. Both were taken of the town of Namie, on the coast of Fukushima Prefecture, by Kenji Chiga:
Cars deposited in a field by the tsunami. They almost appear to be grazing.
78,000 people used to live in Namie. Now it's a ghost town. Chilling. This video goes behind the scenes of the series.