20 imagesWars not only uproot life, but also love, joy and hope. The crisis created by the invasion of Ukraine by Russia has broken down families and communities. Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians are fighting to defend their country, millions have fled their roots and homeland to seek refuge while others stayed to defend their nation and many just opted to hope for the best decided to face the siege, whichever was the decision they all became victims of a senseless war. As Russia launched a military offensive in Ukraine the future of its peoples was altered as well as for the rest of the world as everyone watch the atrocities committed by the inhumane bombardment and military actions against mainly civilians. Love, security, family, happiness, humanity and life was abruptly interrupted. As, I covered the everyday wickedness of the Russian attacks on Ukrainian soil, I began to question myself about why and how could I show what was happening, especially with daily bombardment of visuals the world was seeing 24 hours a day 7 days a week. How could I represent the pain and sadness of what was happening. I decided to use my 120 plastic analog Holga camera to create “square format” images by making multiple exposures on each frame to capture a mixture of feelings and situations. The goal was to see the results after the facts and what could be captured. The result is a series of photographs of random moment during the war.