A Journey in Black and White

My journey in February through Western Ukraine – through Galicia, Bukovina and Podolia – was another opportunity to take more photos for two exhibitions in autumn. Here is a first selection, including images from Lviv (Lemberg, Lwow), Sokal, Velyki Mosty, Zhovkva, Staryi Sambir, Ternopil, Sataniv and Chernivtsi (Czernowitz). What are your favorites?

9 thoughts on “A Journey in Black and White

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  4. Thank you for your blog and these photos..haunting and beautiful. I fear that as these stones are left to crumble that the history and memory of Eastern European Jewry will fade and be forgotten too.

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