Belongings of passengers lay strewn across fields where a Malaysia Airlines jet crashed in rebel-held eastern Ukraine on Thursday.
Among the personal effects found in the debris were novels and tubes of toothpaste, charred boarding passes and passports. A guidebook to the Indonesian island of Bali hinted at holiday plans.
A watch and part of a bracelet lie on a plastic cover at the crash site on Friday.
A suitcase and other items from the plane.
Flowers placed on debris from the downed plane near the village of Rozsypne.
Playing cards, cash, telephone handsets and a Donald Duck book were among the items strewn across a field.
Items of luggage near the site of Thursday's crash, which killed all 298 people aboard.