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InAustrian photographer Florian Rainer and Austrian reporter Jutta Sommerbauer traveled to Donbass, the region of eastern Ukraine that has been the scene of intense fighting since Inpro-Russian forces in Donbass deposed the local authorities and declared the Donetsk People's Republic, named after the region's largest city. When Ukrainian government forces tried to retake the territory, they encountered armed opposition from local militants backed by an indeterminate number of Russian soldiers.
There is an amazing skilled photogpraher by the name Tatyana Nevmerzhytska from Ukrianian capital Kiev. She likes to take photographs as a hoby and work but now she has raised it up to a new level where she started to create fantasy scenes in amazing colorful composition. Art character can be born in my head after watching the movie, reading a book, looking at paintings or simply by observing some scenes on the street.
From Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, to the disaster at Grenfell Tower and a seahorse clinging to a cotton bud: photographers describe how they took some of the defining images of Selection by Sarah Gilbert. Thu 28 Dec It was good at first, but then the tide changed and all this debris and trash started drifting over the reef.
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The unification council of the Ukrainian Orthodox churches was held at Kyiv's St. Sophia Cathedral. On December 15, the unifying Sobor or Assembly was took place.
She is a very talented photographer who really knows how to turn all your dreams into reality. Her fairy tale retouch is magnificent and flawless. Enchanting, inspiring and imaginative!
Anita Anti, a Ukrainian photographer from New York shows us ther beautiful collection of fairytale images she created. Portraits of animals, women and wonderful nature will give you a chance to dive into a mythological Slavic world. Lately a lot of amazing photo sets are coming from Slavic lands as you could have seen on our website before.
Here, a young boy is dressed as Death holding a scythe. He and twelve other men go from house to house performing scenes related to the Nativity. Between andthe members of Sputnik Photos explored the different regions of Ukraine in an attempt to address questions of identity and society which were — and are -- often hidden by geopolitical considerations.