A story following a picture

A story following a picture

Bombs, soldiers, houses destroyed and one Putin, unwilling to stop. 

The winds of war in Europe manage to shake the Western world, flooding many issues – freedom of expression, ego, power, gender struggle, and more.

Eddie Gerald is a photographer who is currently in Ukraine on a mission from the “Ovda system”, experiencing and documenting the war from his point of view. Every picture has a story in it. A story of family, abandonment, terror, fear, violence, and sometimes even hope.

“A Man in His Home” is a photograph of a Ukrainian citizen standing in his house after it was destroyed in a shelling.

We invite you to write a short story of up to 800 words inspired by this picture. The stories will be published and sent to Eddie Gerald. 

Some of them will be translated into English.


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