I need to tell you about my experience in Ukraine, that was neither what I expected nor what you would expect from a photographer and writer going to a warzone.
South African in Ukraine
Arrested in Ukraine
I was alone in Ukraine. A mother of 2, a blogger, a South African who does not speak a stitch of Ukrainian and who was travelling in a war zone with zero friends or connections! It was during those first couple days that I self-diagnosed myself as stark-raving mad, however that kind of thinking did not make things better or change the fact that ‘it's too late baby girl, you’re already in Ukraine.
Rosie Goes to Ukraine; The power of giving and receiving
I’m learning that despite the worst of humanity being in the spotlight, it is also a time when we see humanity at its best and how powerful it is, how it prevails. How what you give out, counts. How your actions have a ‘ripple effect’ that goes on and on, that feeds into a culture and that becomes our experience.
Rosie Goes to Ukraine: Pets reunited with their owners
The touching few moments of pets and Ukrainian owners being reunited.
Rosie Goes to Ukraine: Tonight we drive
Tonight we drive! Join Rosie Goes on this journey into Ukraine!
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