Which photos from Ukraine were included in Time's list of the best photos of 2023?
Time magazine has published the 100 best photos of 2023, and 9 photos from Ukraine made the top list. Find out more about which photos became iconic this year and who the authors of these photos are
On November 21, Time magazine published the 100 best photos of 2023. And this list includes 9 photos from Ukraine.
"As we draw close to the end of another year punctuated by grief and conflict, but also records broken and breathtaking moments of human achievement, photographers continue to astound us by offering new ways of seeing the world" the magazine said.
Which photos from Ukraine have become iconic and made it to the list of the best?
A bird's eye view of the city of Bakhmut, where the fiercest battles with the russian invaders have been going on for more than a year. The photo was taken on June 22.
The photo, taken on March 26, shows the hands of a Ukrainian soldier from the 28th Brigade sitting just a few hundred meters from enemy trenches in Bakhmut. His hands are cracked and black as the ground due to constant hard work.
Photo: Maksym Dondyuk
A photo of a wounded Ukrainian soldier on a medical stretcher smoking his last cigarette before being taken away by medics from the Hospitallers volunteer medical battalion.
Photo: David Guttenfelder
Ukrainian military medics save their wounded comrade in a field hospital near Bakhmut. The photo was taken on February 26.
Photo: Yevhen Maloletka
This is all that is left of a russian soldier on a road in the Donetsk region of southern Ukraine. The photo was taken on September 26. A day later, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced that the village of Staromoyerske had been liberated from russian troops during a summer counteroffensive.
Photo: Tyler Hicks
A wounded Ukrainian soldier lies in a frontline medical stabilization center. The photo was taken on April 23 in Donetsk region.
Photo: Anna Kudryavtseva
Relatives and friends of Oleksiy Zavadsky, a Ukrainian soldier killed in action in Bakhmut on January 15, attend his funeral in Bucha. The photo was taken on January 19.
Photo: Daniel Cole
A family runs away from an explosion caused by a russian missile attack on a residential area in Pervomaiske, Kharkiv region. The photo was taken on July 4.
Photo: Oleksandr Magula
Young patients of the Okhmatdyt children's hospital with painted faces hide in a hospital shelter. The photo was taken in Kyiv on June 1 (Children's Day in Ukraine).
Photo: Nicole Tang
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