A billboard with a picture of Russian President Vladimir Putin as Hitler and the words "Get out from Ukraine," is seen on the road from Mykolaiv to Kherson in July 2014.
Gyorgg Lakatos sits with his son Sebastain on a beach in Cherkasy by the Kremenchuk Reservoir on the Dnieper River.
Cement wave-breakers block the road from Novoazovsk. Before the war that road was loaded with cars traveling between Russia and Ukraine.
Dniepropetrovsk residents pay respect to the fallen unnamed soldiers held in the city center.
Museum workers move Lenin's head. It was removed from the Dnipropetrovsk main square, along with the sculpture of Lenin, by Euromaidan protesters. Since protests started in December 2013, around 20 statues of Lenin were removed from cities across west and central Ukraine.
A girl lies in a suitcase her mother and grandmother brought with them while leaving Donetsk.
A man dressed as ousted President Viktor Yanukovych poses for photographs with people visiting Mezhgorye.
A Soviet-era cable car operates over the Dnieper River in Dnipropetrovsk.
A fighter holds a wooden gun during training at a Right Sector training camp in the Carpathian Mountains.
A couple stand with a pro-separatist "civil self-defense" group of locals. They were unarmed and kept vigil by the administrative building in Yenakiieve, the birthplace of ousted President Viktor Yanukovych.
Schoolchildren take part in a survival skills exercise organized by local pro-Ukrainian Cossacks.
Sisters stroll along the Dnieper River.
Ukranian women pose with their dogs in Cherkasy.
A woman prays for the safety of her husband, a soldier returning to the front lines.
Masha used to be a hairdresser in Luhansk. She joined Donbas Battalion in April 2014.