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20th Jan '18 10:59:33 AM Lavaeolus
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On 21 November 2013 the Verkhovna Rada failed to pass any of the six motions on allowing the former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko to receive medical treatment abroad, which was an EU demand for signing the association agreement.[57][58] The same week Tymoshenko had stated that she was ready to ask the EU to drop the demand for her freedom if it meant President Viktor Yanukovych would sign the association agreement.[59] The same day a Ukrainian government decree suspended preparations for signing of association agreement; instead it proposed the creation of a three-way trade commission between Ukraine, the European Union and Russia that would resolve trade issues between the sides.[57] Prime Minister Mykola Azarov issued the decree in order to "ensure the national security of Ukraine" and in consideration of the possible ramifications of trade with Russia (and other CIS countries)[60] if the agreement was signed on a 28–29 November summit in Vilnius.[57][61][62] According to Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Yuriy Boyko Ukraine will resume preparing the agreement "when the drop in industrial production and our relations with CIS countries are compensated by the European market, otherwise our country's economy will sustain serious damage".[60] Some EU diplomats were more skeptical of the reasons put forward.[63] Later on 21 November 2013, the Russian presidential press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, called the Ukrainian decree "a strictly internal and sovereign decision of the country, and we think we have no right to comment on it" and stated that Russia was prepared to have tripartite negotiations with Ukraine and the EU on trade and economic issues.[64] The European Parliament's monitoring mission in Ukraine stated (also on 21 November 2013) that there was still a possibility to sign the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement.[58] The same day Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych stated "an alternative for reforms in Ukraine and an alternative for European integration do not exist...We are walking along this path and are not changing direction".[65][b]

In the following days, Euromaidan, the biggest protests since the Orange Revolution, were being held in Kyiv by opposition parties.[67][68] On 26 November 2013 the Ukrainian Government admitted that Russia had asked it to delay signing the EU association agreement and that it "wanted better terms for the EU deal".[69] "As soon as we reach a level that is comfortable for us, when it meets our interests, when we agree on normal terms, then we will be talking about signing," President Yanukovych stated in a televised interview.[69] The same day Russian President Vladimir Putin called for an end to the criticism of the Ukrainian decision to delay the association agreement, and that the EU deal was bad for Russia's security interests.[69] Putin was responding to statements by the President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, and the President of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, that had stated they "strongly disapproved" of Russia's actions.[69] On 26 November 2013 Prime Minister Azarov stated during a government meeting "I affirm with full authority that the negotiating process over the Association Agreement is continuing, and the work on moving our country closer to European standards is not stopping for a single day".[70] President Yanukovych still attended the 28–29 November EU summit in Vilnius but the Association Agreement was not signed.[70][71][72] During this summit the European Union and Ukraine initialed an Air Services Agreement.[73] Also during the summit, President Yanukovych stated that Ukraine still wanted to sign the Association Agreement but that it needed substantial financial aid to compensate it for the threatened response from Russia, and he proposed starting three-way talks between Russia, Ukraine, and the EU. He also urged Brussels to help Ukraine soften the terms of a possible loan from the IMF.[74] The EU rejected trilateral talks and asked Yanukovich to commit to sign the Association Agreement, which he refused to do.[74] At the end of a summit President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso stated that the EU will not tolerate "a veto of a third country" in their negotiations on closer integration with Ukraine.[75] He also stated "We are embarked on a long journey, helping Ukraine to become, as others, what we call now, 'new member states'. But we have to set aside short-term political calculations."[76]

The President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, added that "we may not give in to external pressure, least of all from Russia".[75] Barroso reiterated that the EU's offer to Ukraine in terms of signing an Association Agreement remained on the table.[77][c] Simultaneously, President Yanukovych stated that he still intends to sign the Association Agreement at a later date "once we get down to work and find solutions for economic problems, when we get the opportunity to sign a strategic partnership agreement with Russia and everything else that we need to do, so that normal relations can be established between the European Union, Russia, and Ukraine… this is our responsibility".[80]

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On 21 November 2013 the Verkhovna Rada failed [[quoteright:260:[[Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kirby_photographs_jigglypuff.jpg]]]]

->''"Photograph - I don't want your\\
Photograph - I don't need your\\
Photograph - all I've got is a photograph\\
But it's not enough"''
-->-- '''Music/DefLeppard'''

Since humans first discovered they could smear things on walls
to pass any of the six motions on allowing the former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko to receive medical treatment abroad, which was an EU demand for signing the association agreement.[57][58] The same week Tymoshenko had stated that she was ready to ask the EU to drop the demand for her freedom if it meant President Viktor Yanukovych would sign the association agreement.[59] The same day a Ukrainian government decree suspended preparations for signing of association agreement; instead it proposed the creation of a three-way trade commission between Ukraine, the European Union and Russia that would resolve trade issues between the sides.[57] Prime Minister Mykola Azarov issued the decree in order to "ensure the national security of Ukraine" and in consideration of the possible ramifications of trade with Russia (and other CIS countries)[60] if the agreement was signed on a 28–29 November summit in Vilnius.[57][61][62] According to Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Yuriy Boyko Ukraine will resume preparing the agreement "when the drop in industrial production and our relations with CIS countries are compensated by the European market, otherwise our country's economy will sustain serious damage".[60] Some EU diplomats were more skeptical of the reasons put forward.[63] Later on 21 November 2013, the Russian presidential press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, called the Ukrainian decree "a strictly internal and sovereign decision of the country, and we think represent things, we have no right had visual images. From cave paintings, to comment on it" and stated that Russia was prepared Renaissance paintings, to have tripartite negotiations with Ukraine and pencil drawings, to photography in the EU on trade and economic issues.[64] The European Parliament's monitoring mission in Ukraine stated (also on 21 November 2013) that there was 1820s, to pixel art, these are the oldest two forms of visual works.

These tropes apply to anything related to creating
still a possibility to sign the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement.[58] The same day Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych stated "an alternative for reforms in Ukraine and an alternative for European integration do not exist...We are walking along this path and are not changing direction".[65][b]

In the following days, Euromaidan, the biggest protests
images, whether it be family photos, magazines, comics, etc.

Compare CameraTricks,
since the Orange Revolution, were being held in Kyiv by opposition parties.[67][68] On 26 November 2013 the Ukrainian Government admitted that Russia had asked it photography lead to delay signing the EU association agreement and that it "wanted better terms for the EU deal".[69] "As soon as we reach a level that motion pictures.
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!!Tropes:[[index]]
* UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash
* BeforeAndAfterPictures
* BunnyEarsPicturePrank
* CameraObscurer
* CameraSniper
* CaptionContest
* CreepyChangingPainting
* DeliberatelyMonochrome
** SplashOfColor
* DesignStudentsOrgasm
* EmbarrassingOldPhoto
* EmbarrassingSlide
* EnhanceButton
* FaceOnTheCover
* FatalFamilyPhoto
* FirstPersonSnapshooter
* FontAnachronism
* UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}
* FormerFriendsPhoto
* FurriesAreEasierToDraw
* GroupPictureEnding
* MidairMotionShot
* UsefulNotes/MikuMikuDance
* UsefulNotes/MSPaint
* MugshotMontage
* Administrivia/MultiPartPicture
* MustacheVandalism
* PhotoBoothMontage
* PhotoComic
* PhotoDoodleRecognition
%%* PhotographicBackground - This trope
is comfortable for us, when it meets our interests, when we agree on normal terms, then we will be talking about signing," President Yanukovych stated in a televised interview.[69] The same day Russian President Vladimir Putin called for an end to the criticism of the Ukrainian decision to delay the association agreement, and that the EU deal was bad for Russia's security interests.[69] Putin was responding to statements by the President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, and the President of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, that had stated they "strongly disapproved" of Russia's actions.[69] On 26 November 2013 Prime Minister Azarov stated during a government meeting "I affirm with full authority that the negotiating process over the Association Agreement is continuing, and the work on moving our country closer to European standards is not stopping for a single day".[70] President Yanukovych still attended the 28–29 November EU summit in Vilnius but the Association Agreement was not signed.[70][71][72] During this summit the European Union and Ukraine initialed an Air Services Agreement.[73] Also during the summit, President Yanukovych stated that Ukraine still wanted to sign the Association Agreement but that it needed substantial financial aid to compensate it for the threatened response from Russia, and he proposed starting three-way talks between Russia, Ukraine, and the EU. He also urged Brussels to help Ukraine soften the terms of a possible loan from the IMF.[74] The EU rejected trilateral talks and asked Yanukovich to commit to sign the Association Agreement, which he refused to do.[74] At the end of a summit President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso stated that the EU will not tolerate "a veto of a third country" in their negotiations on closer integration with Ukraine.[75] He also stated "We are embarked on a long journey, helping Ukraine to become, as others, what we call now, 'new member states'. But we have to set aside short-term political calculations."[76]

The President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, added that "we may not give in to external pressure, least of all from Russia".[75] Barroso reiterated that the EU's offer to Ukraine in terms of signing an Association Agreement remained on the table.[77][c] Simultaneously, President Yanukovych stated that he still intends to sign the Association Agreement
back at a later date "once we get down to work and find solutions for economic problems, when we get the opportunity to sign a strategic partnership agreement with Russia and everything else that we need to do, so that normal relations can be established between the European Union, Russia, and Ukraine… this is our responsibility".[80]TLP
* PhotoMontage
* PhotoOpWithTheDog
* PhotoPsychic
* PhotoshopFilterOfEvil
* PhotosLie
* PictureDay
* {{Pixellation}}
* PlotBasedPhotographObfuscation
* PoliticalCartoons
* PortalPicture
* PortraitPaintingPeephole
* PreciousPhoto
* RemovedFromThePicture
* RidiculouslyPhotogenic
* SecretSocietyGroupPicture
* SideStoryBonusArt
* SpookyPainting
* SpookyPhotographs
* UsefulNotes/ToonBoom
* WeWillNotUsePhotoshopInTheFuture
[[/index]]
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20th Jan '18 10:58:04 AM Shoopie
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[[quoteright:260:[[Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kirby_photographs_jigglypuff.jpg]]]]

->''"Photograph - I don't want your\\
Photograph - I don't need your\\
Photograph - all I've got is a photograph\\
But it's not enough"''
-->-- '''Music/DefLeppard'''

Since humans first discovered they could smear things on walls to represent things, we have had visual images. From cave paintings, to Renaissance paintings, to pencil drawings, to photography in the 1820s, to pixel art, these are the oldest two forms of visual works.

These tropes apply to anything related to creating still images, whether it be family photos, magazines, comics, etc.

Compare CameraTricks, since photography lead to motion pictures.
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!!Tropes:[[index]]
* UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash
* BeforeAndAfterPictures
* BunnyEarsPicturePrank
* CameraObscurer
* CameraSniper
* CaptionContest
* CreepyChangingPainting
* DeliberatelyMonochrome
** SplashOfColor
* DesignStudentsOrgasm
* EmbarrassingOldPhoto
* EmbarrassingSlide
* EnhanceButton
* FaceOnTheCover
* FatalFamilyPhoto
* FirstPersonSnapshooter
* FontAnachronism
* UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}
* FormerFriendsPhoto
* FurriesAreEasierToDraw
* GroupPictureEnding
* MidairMotionShot
* UsefulNotes/MikuMikuDance
* UsefulNotes/MSPaint
* MugshotMontage
* Administrivia/MultiPartPicture
* MustacheVandalism
* PhotoBoothMontage
* PhotoComic
* PhotoDoodleRecognition
%%* PhotographicBackground - This trope is back at TLP
* PhotoMontage
* PhotoOpWithTheDog
* PhotoPsychic
* PhotoshopFilterOfEvil
* PhotosLie
* PictureDay
* {{Pixellation}}
* PlotBasedPhotographObfuscation
* PoliticalCartoons
* PortalPicture
* PortraitPaintingPeephole
* PreciousPhoto
* RemovedFromThePicture
* RidiculouslyPhotogenic
* SecretSocietyGroupPicture
* SideStoryBonusArt
* SpookyPainting
* SpookyPhotographs
* UsefulNotes/ToonBoom
* WeWillNotUsePhotoshopInTheFuture
[[/index]]
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to:

[[quoteright:260:[[Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kirby_photographs_jigglypuff.jpg]]]]

->''"Photograph - I don't want your\\
Photograph - I don't need your\\
Photograph - all I've got is a photograph\\
But it's not enough"''
-->-- '''Music/DefLeppard'''

Since humans first discovered they could smear things
On 21 November 2013 the Verkhovna Rada failed to pass any of the six motions on walls allowing the former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko to represent things, receive medical treatment abroad, which was an EU demand for signing the association agreement.[57][58] The same week Tymoshenko had stated that she was ready to ask the EU to drop the demand for her freedom if it meant President Viktor Yanukovych would sign the association agreement.[59] The same day a Ukrainian government decree suspended preparations for signing of association agreement; instead it proposed the creation of a three-way trade commission between Ukraine, the European Union and Russia that would resolve trade issues between the sides.[57] Prime Minister Mykola Azarov issued the decree in order to "ensure the national security of Ukraine" and in consideration of the possible ramifications of trade with Russia (and other CIS countries)[60] if the agreement was signed on a 28–29 November summit in Vilnius.[57][61][62] According to Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Yuriy Boyko Ukraine will resume preparing the agreement "when the drop in industrial production and our relations with CIS countries are compensated by the European market, otherwise our country's economy will sustain serious damage".[60] Some EU diplomats were more skeptical of the reasons put forward.[63] Later on 21 November 2013, the Russian presidential press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, called the Ukrainian decree "a strictly internal and sovereign decision of the country, and we think we have had visual images. From cave paintings, no right to Renaissance paintings, comment on it" and stated that Russia was prepared to pencil drawings, to photography in have tripartite negotiations with Ukraine and the 1820s, to pixel art, these are the oldest two forms of visual works.

These tropes apply to anything related to creating
EU on trade and economic issues.[64] The European Parliament's monitoring mission in Ukraine stated (also on 21 November 2013) that there was still images, whether it be family photos, magazines, comics, etc.

Compare CameraTricks,
a possibility to sign the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement.[58] The same day Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych stated "an alternative for reforms in Ukraine and an alternative for European integration do not exist...We are walking along this path and are not changing direction".[65][b]

In the following days, Euromaidan, the biggest protests
since photography lead the Orange Revolution, were being held in Kyiv by opposition parties.[67][68] On 26 November 2013 the Ukrainian Government admitted that Russia had asked it to motion pictures.
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!!Tropes:[[index]]
* UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash
* BeforeAndAfterPictures
* BunnyEarsPicturePrank
* CameraObscurer
* CameraSniper
* CaptionContest
* CreepyChangingPainting
* DeliberatelyMonochrome
** SplashOfColor
* DesignStudentsOrgasm
* EmbarrassingOldPhoto
* EmbarrassingSlide
* EnhanceButton
* FaceOnTheCover
* FatalFamilyPhoto
* FirstPersonSnapshooter
* FontAnachronism
* UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}
* FormerFriendsPhoto
* FurriesAreEasierToDraw
* GroupPictureEnding
* MidairMotionShot
* UsefulNotes/MikuMikuDance
* UsefulNotes/MSPaint
* MugshotMontage
* Administrivia/MultiPartPicture
* MustacheVandalism
* PhotoBoothMontage
* PhotoComic
* PhotoDoodleRecognition
%%* PhotographicBackground - This trope
delay signing the EU association agreement and that it "wanted better terms for the EU deal".[69] "As soon as we reach a level that is back comfortable for us, when it meets our interests, when we agree on normal terms, then we will be talking about signing," President Yanukovych stated in a televised interview.[69] The same day Russian President Vladimir Putin called for an end to the criticism of the Ukrainian decision to delay the association agreement, and that the EU deal was bad for Russia's security interests.[69] Putin was responding to statements by the President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, and the President of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, that had stated they "strongly disapproved" of Russia's actions.[69] On 26 November 2013 Prime Minister Azarov stated during a government meeting "I affirm with full authority that the negotiating process over the Association Agreement is continuing, and the work on moving our country closer to European standards is not stopping for a single day".[70] President Yanukovych still attended the 28–29 November EU summit in Vilnius but the Association Agreement was not signed.[70][71][72] During this summit the European Union and Ukraine initialed an Air Services Agreement.[73] Also during the summit, President Yanukovych stated that Ukraine still wanted to sign the Association Agreement but that it needed substantial financial aid to compensate it for the threatened response from Russia, and he proposed starting three-way talks between Russia, Ukraine, and the EU. He also urged Brussels to help Ukraine soften the terms of a possible loan from the IMF.[74] The EU rejected trilateral talks and asked Yanukovich to commit to sign the Association Agreement, which he refused to do.[74] At the end of a summit President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso stated that the EU will not tolerate "a veto of a third country" in their negotiations on closer integration with Ukraine.[75] He also stated "We are embarked on a long journey, helping Ukraine to become, as others, what we call now, 'new member states'. But we have to set aside short-term political calculations."[76]

The President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, added that "we may not give in to external pressure, least of all from Russia".[75] Barroso reiterated that the EU's offer to Ukraine in terms of signing an Association Agreement remained on the table.[77][c] Simultaneously, President Yanukovych stated that he still intends to sign the Association Agreement
at TLP
* PhotoMontage
* PhotoOpWithTheDog
* PhotoPsychic
* PhotoshopFilterOfEvil
* PhotosLie
* PictureDay
* {{Pixellation}}
* PlotBasedPhotographObfuscation
* PoliticalCartoons
* PortalPicture
* PortraitPaintingPeephole
* PreciousPhoto
* RemovedFromThePicture
* RidiculouslyPhotogenic
* SecretSocietyGroupPicture
* SideStoryBonusArt
* SpookyPainting
* SpookyPhotographs
* UsefulNotes/ToonBoom
* WeWillNotUsePhotoshopInTheFuture
[[/index]]
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a later date "once we get down to work and find solutions for economic problems, when we get the opportunity to sign a strategic partnership agreement with Russia and everything else that we need to do, so that normal relations can be established between the European Union, Russia, and Ukraine… this is our responsibility".[80]
30th Oct '17 11:29:10 AM LavonPapillon1
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* MugshotMontage
5th Jun '17 12:50:44 PM eroock
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* PhotographicBackground

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* PhotographicBackground%%* PhotographicBackground - This trope is back at TLP
5th Jun '17 11:53:45 AM AFP
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* CameraSniper
13th May '17 1:37:01 PM MarkLungo
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* UsefulNotes/MikuMikuDance
13th Oct '16 11:10:10 AM Koveras
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* RidiculouslyPhotogenic
11th Sep '16 11:57:36 AM eroock
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But it's not enough"''\\
-- '''Music/DefLeppard'''

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But it's not enough"''\\
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enough"''
-->--
'''Music/DefLeppard'''
7th Sep '16 1:12:50 AM Koveras
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* FormerFriendsPhoto
10th Aug '15 3:47:05 PM MarkLungo
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-->Photograph - I don't want your\\

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-->Photograph ->''"Photograph - I don't want your\\



But it's not enough\\

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But it's not enough\\enough"''\\



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