Stormy sunset over the battlefield.

I am still far away from those who are dear to me and from my workshop and projects. War in Ukraine is going on and no one knows to which end it’ll come.

Being a soldier who defends his land, for the third month I face mostly desolation and destruction. However, Nature stands above and beyond the war, so it continues to give us colourful sunrises, sunsets and other spectacular sky phenomena.

Here is one of them: stormy clouds and a veil of rain through which the setting sun could be seen…

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10 Comments

  1. Eike Haase

    I found your site by common interest in Café Racers. Now I feel bad to be sitting here thinking about bikes while you have to fight for your freedom. Even though your fight is in a different country it’s still a fight for our democracy I Hereby want to thank you for hanging in there. Stay strong, I salute you!
    Eike from Germany

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    1. gazzz (Post author)

      Thank you Eike!

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  2. Dennis

    Stay safe. I wish for a speedy end to this war and success for your country.
    Dennis UK.

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  3. Humberto

    Stay safe. Kind regards from Mendoza, Argentina. My name is Humberto and I’m @urbanamoto in instagram.

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  4. gazzz (Post author)

    Thank you!

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  5. Arthur

    Möge bald der Frieden dich und deine Werkstatt wieder unbeschädigt zusammenbringen!

    Gruß aus Bayern/Bavaria

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  6. Søren

    Hold ud vi støtter jer her i Danmark

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  7. Aengus. ak. Z1streetighter (KZR)

    Hope you are safe out there somewhere Gazzz and will be warm this Christmas.

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  8. Rick

    I’ve come into the kitchen from my garage where I’m rebuilding a Kawasaki Z650, to have a cup of tea and look up some Z650 rebuild / resto sites (you know, normal stuff that folk do all over the world) and I found your site.
    It’s shocking , that in 21st Century, Europe, people have to leave normality to fight for their families, their freedom and their Country, as my Dad’s generation did in 1939 (I’m a old biker).

    I wish you well Gazzz and trust that one day you and yours will be doing ‘;normal stuff’ again.

    Take care.

    Rick

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  9. gazzz (Post author)

    Thank you all for your words of support!

    Kind regards,
    Nazar

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