Photo set: Kyiv in Winter

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More winter photographs: Winter in Ukraine.

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About Jonathan Campion
JONATHAN CAMPION is a British travel writer, copy editor and Russian-language translator. He now lives in London, after spending four years working and travelling in the Former Soviet Union. Jonathan writes for Ukraine International Airlines' "Panorama" magazine, Mailer Report, and Russia Beyond The Headlines. His writing has also been published in the book 'The Expeditioner's Guide to the World', on the Guardian newspaper's travel pages, and in print and online travel magazines. Twitter: @jonathancampion. Email: jon.campion@yahoo.co.uk

7 Responses to Photo set: Kyiv in Winter

  1. Pingback: My photograph in the Guardian’s ‘Weekend’ magazine « MY EUROPE

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  3. Mike says:

    I really have enjoyed looking through your photos. What kind of camera are you using if you don’t mind me asking? – I apologize if you already mentioned this somewhere else on the site, but i have not found it yet. Thanks

  4. Amy Dahlin says:

    Match the mood you’ve brilliantly captured in Boy on a Bus to the meditation in Borderland. That might be a way to help the reader to move from detail to detail in that entry.

  5. Joanne Pablo says:

    Hi Jon! that was an amazing shot! u sure have a knack in photography! keep it up! (havent read the essay yet but i will & comment on it :), what strikes me most tho is d photo! so brilliant!

  6. Audrey says:

    Lovely photo essay. As I look at it from the heat of Buenos Aires, I can feel the cold and feeling of winter from the images.

    Dan and I were talking last night about how we’d like to visit Ukraine during our next visit to Europe. Your photos and stories on this website really make us curious to see this country for ourselves. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Hi Jon,I really like your photos of a cold and snowy Kiev.It looks like such a beautiful city!It’s amazing how snow softens and smooths the outlines of the familiar and makes it magic somehow!Hope you will post some more images before the milder and longer days arrive and the thaw of the distant spring sets in.Yes,I heard those legend too!

    Best wishes,

    Mike

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