I like this picture a lot. The cars, the trees, the architecture all show a bit of Ukraine through them, but it has its own distinct feel. And it's well a placed shot - the bright light only adds to the mood.
Man, Sevastopol is weird. I knew a girl from there, and she told me it was part of Russia, while everything else told me it was part of Ukraine - which I thought was really weird to meet a person who didn't know which country their city belonged to. Either way, it's part of Ukraine like Puerto Rico is part of the United States, lol - an "autonomous city" sort of thing.
Sevastopol is definitely part of Ukraine. However, Crimea is a region that was "gifted" few decades ago to Ukraine from Russia (it was however the Soviet Union so eventually everything was still in the same country). Therefore now, the city is looking toward Russia but belongs to Ukraine officialy. I think the mayor of Moscow has special right on the city, granted from a long ago agreement... but not sure.