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Sunflowers: Hope for Fukushima

Sunflowers, together with amaranthus, field mustard and cockscomb is expected to melt radiation in Fukushima.  “Make a wish upon flowers” is project by a Buddhist zen monk aimed to reduce the volume of radiation by using certain plants’ natural ability to reduce toxic materials in the ground. The project has been beautifully documented by photojournalist Yuriko Nakao from Reuters. (Photo, Portugal, 2008).

Girasoles, junto con el amaranto, la mostaza y el campo de cresta se espera derretir la radiación en Fukushima. “Pide un deseo de las flores” es el proyecto por un monje budista zen.  El objetivo es reducir el volumen de la radiación mediante el uso de la capacidad de ciertas plantas natural para reducir los materiales tóxicos. El proyecto ha sido muy bien documentado por Yuriko Nakao fotoperiodista de Reuters. (Foto, Portugal, 2008).

6 responses to “Sunflowers: Hope for Fukushima

  1. lovely photo. i love sunflowers.

  2. mina ⋅

    Ojalá funcione. Qué bonitos son los girasoles…!

  3. juanlu

    Ojalá funcione. Qué bonitos son los girasoles…!

  4. abu zar

    like this . have seen sunflower crops before but here the pattern is a bit different !

  5. mina ⋅

    yeahh i was also amazed with the pattern ! I came across this huge sunflower on a small island called Armona in Portugal

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