In Ukraine, life continues. The war continues.
Associated Press photographers captured a country that is both a battlefield and a place where people live their daily lives in two weeks.
The photos showed a man and a child sitting in peace in Natalka Park, Kyiv. A woman stood in front of her destroyed house on the outskirts, holding onto her doll as a granddaughter.
They were able to see eager children dressed in train guard uniforms as they waited to board a train for them. A man weeping over his girlfriend's body, who was killed in Donetsk shelling.
While Ukrainians still dig trenches and live in ruins, they still tend to wounds and tend to their wounds. Others still tend to the fields, and women still ride their bikes in the park to take advantage of spring.
However, any escape is dangerous. Even if bombs aren't exploding in the vicinity today, tomorrow could be a different story. The blood on the stairs of buildings damaged by missile strikes is today's result of unidentified victims; tomorrow it could be yours.