Amsterdam, HollandTraveling the world made me realize that even though I can’t judge how good or bad people truly are, I can say that some people are simply inspiring.
My grandmother, Irina Peretyatko.
My best friend Lydia and I, sometime in the 90’s.
I’m the one on the left (why on god’s green earth is my outfit so nautical?)
Monument to Berehynia on Kiev’s Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square)
To me, this monument symbolizes Ukraine, especially Kiev, the most.
I realize this may sounds a bit crazy/psychotic/improbable, but these pictures are 100% authentic.
I am not making a claim about what I think I captured in May of 2012 in Kyiv, Ukraine. These photos were taken with my Nikon D3100. Because this was a new camera at the time, I decided to test out the quality of photos it takes with limited lighting. The object/objects I captured above this apartment building were completely invisible to the naked eye and omitted no sound whatsoever. In fact, I did not even notice them until I just happened to zoom in on said camera.
Over a few nights in May of 2012, I went out on the balcony and snapped more photos. On most nights, I got nothing. But on three nights of that month, I captured an object in the sky. An object, that again, was completely invisible to the naked eye and omitted no sound at all. On one occasion, I even asked my mother to stand on the balcony next to me, and she confirmed that she could not see or hear anything out of the ordinary. I proceeded to snap another photo (the first one above). She then looked at the evidence on the camera and confirmed that this was something that we could not explain.
Overall, I have about thirty photos of the object (or objects, as a few photos showed more than one), from different angles and different points in the sky. These two are the clearest and the most detailed.
The specific location of where I took the photos from: Pryluzhna 10, Kiev/Kyiv, Ukraine (Metro Station: Akademmistechko).
The only editing each photo underwent is the addition of my signature in the bottom corner for copyright purposes. I am an open minded skeptic, but what I witnessed and captured in Ukraine…
Believe what you may.
Thanks for your time,
Photo Diary #16.
Museum of the Great Patriotic War
"Let’s put guns wherever possible."
St. Michael’s Cathedral
Photo Diary #15: Lucy.
Sculpture of Workers at the People’s Friendship Monument