Article title: Hibakusha. "They are called the hibakusha, survivors of a day when the world went dark. About 85,000 people who lived in Hiroshima and its environs on Aug. 6, 1945, are still alive. French photographer Gerard Rancinan traveled to Hiroshima to photograph the hibakusha and record their stories. The survivors wrote their names in white marker next to their portraits and recorded how far they were from ground zero on August 6."