Saturday, November 27, 2004

It's almost 6 am, Kyiv's awake - honking and shouting all night - I've never seen this city so energetic, especially this time of the year. Everything's peaceful, no incidents here - though something really bad is going on in Kharkiv right now - but I won't write about it now because it's almost 6 am...

I've spent too much time in the past two days talking it all over with friends and colleagues, and I'm really too tired to be informative now. So here's the link to the photos I took this week, except Wednesday (I stayed in writing most of that day) and Friday (I'll post them tomorrow/today). No explanations yet - I promise to write more this weekend.

(The image below is of two Ukrainians with differing views having a conversation across the street from the Cabinet of Ministers building; the guy on the left is pro-Yanukovych, the one on the right is pro-Yushchenko. More later.)


  1. Great work! Thanks!

  2. Thanks for the great pictures, Neeka! It's wonderful to be able to see what's actually happening on the ground. I feel inspired! It's makes me want to fly a Yushenko flag here in the US, but I have no idea where to find one here. Any ideas, fellow bloggers?