Posted by Mirjam (Kyiv, Ukraine) on 22 February 2015 in Cityscape & Urban.

Ukrainian House, earlier Lenin museum. In 1992 the museum was renamed ‘Ukraine House’.Today a convention center ... On the billboard - a call to prayer.

I miss you my Aminus friends. It's a difficult time - a war time and my camera is waiting patiently. Right now we are helping the children - the victims of the war and helping the children as we used to.

I hope and pray that the war will come to it's end- it just don't look like it.

We are helping children in Ukraine.

It all started when my husband and I saw wild dogs taking care of the street children.
A question came: "Does these dogs care more for the children, than people do?"
We moved to Ukraine, run a children's home "Friend's House", help children in need, underage mothers ...

Photo is a powerful instrument to tell the story. I want to learn more about photo with, looking your photos, learning and I value your honest feedback on my images.

With love to God and the children!

My spotlight photos

Children's Embassy

@adolphi Twitter

Children's Embassy Facebook

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, FL, United States

I keep you and your work in my prayers, Mirjam ... and miss seeing your photos. The news we get is not complete, I am sure, but so very troublesome. I do not understand the politics of it all ... nor in my country either! God bless you.

22 Feb 2015 1:51pm

@Judy aka L@dybug: Thank you Judy, I appreciate your prayers.

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A difficult time for Ukraine. I hope its neighbors stop meddling in its affairs/

22 Feb 2015 8:15pm

@Steve Rice: Yes Steve that's true

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

for cerain

22 Feb 2015 10:21pm

L'Angevine from Angers, France


23 Feb 2015 11:02am

Evelyne Dubos from Le Mans, France

All my friendly thoughts for you and Ukrainian people in torment... i hope for peace soon, keep hope!
You are a good person for all that you do for children and i'm proud to know you through Aminus 3...

23 Feb 2015 5:39pm


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