There are few places from where you can see Russian-occupied territory with the naked eye in Ukraine.
The western bank of the Dnipro river in the city of Kherson is one of them.
You can’t see the Russian troops on the other low, marshy riverbank, but you know they’re there.
Incoming artillery fire as we arrive at an abandoned building serves as a sharp reminder.
There is nothing new about shelling in war. But the unit we’re meeting deals with one of the key innovations of this invasion: drones.