radiation fog


week 1; edit 1 
Forks is the place where it all started and I would always love the atmosphere and the nostalgia that it radiates. - s

“Thick fog was all I could see out in my window in the morning, and I could feel the claustrophobia creeping up on me.  You could never see the sky here; it was like a cage.”
- Bella Swan, Twilight


Henri Becquerel, discoverer of spontaneous radioactivity, arrived at the correct explanation for the mysterious phenomenon of intense images left behind from uranium salts on photographic plates kept in the darkness of a bureau drawer in May of 1896: it was, in fact, penetrating radiation.

The bottom photo clearly shows Becquerel’s photographic plate which had been fogged by radiation exposure from a uranium salt. The shadow of a metal Maltese Cross placed between the plate and the uranium salt is clearly visible.