Lviv, Ukraine, 2013.
After the Russian annexation of Crimea and incursion into east Ukraine, the Ukrainian flag has been far more prominent. Benches, walls, doors, and more or less any other paintable surface now feature the country's yellow and blue colours, commonly seen to represent the wheat fields and sky of the Ukrainian countryside.
In the town of Skole in the Ukrainian Carpathians, 2014.
This image, of a street band performing on Kiev's Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti) was published in the August 2014 edition of Panorama, the magazine of Ukraine International Airlines.
View the image on page 64, here:
Arcadia, Odessa, Ukraine, 2013.
April 2014. Some of the political cartoons on display in Kiev, Ukraine, following the toppling of the Yanukovych regime.
Izmail, Ukraine, 2014.
The village of Stara Nekrasivka in Odessa region, Ukraine. Easter 2014.
Old Believers have lived in Stara Nekrasivka since the schism of the Russian Orthodox Church in 1653, caused by the reforms of Patriarch Nikon. Choosing not to adhere to the reforms, the 'Old Believers' were often persecuted by religious and state authorities, and many fled to the most remote corners of the Russian Empire.
Home to a community of the Russian Orthodox Old-Rite Church, Stara Nekrasivka is a peaceful, rural village on the Danube, less than a mile from the Romanian border.
The picture below was taken inside the tent used for worship in the pro-Russian (or at least anti-maidan) protest camp in Odessa, Ukraine, in April 2014. The camp was destroyed in a wave of violence which erupted on 2 May 2014. The Trade Union House adjacent to the camp was set on fire, resulting in the deaths of 40 people.