by Fio & Magdala & Prado POLAND
Ech... a co ma robić ktoś, kto do szkoły nie chodzi? Wczuwać się? :)
Nice photo!In Japan, summer holiday start a month later.
Haha - ciekawe kto bardziej się cieszy - dzieci czy nauczyciele:)A zdjęcie jest wymowne - niż demograficzny mamy...:)
Good simbol. Have fun in holliday :).
What a sweet image, Fio. I always loved the last day of school. But there was always a tinge of melancholy too. You've captured that exactly with this image.
@PAK - wspominać ;) Ja do tej pory pamiętam, jakie to było wspaniałe uczucie :) Prawdziwa wolność w czystej formie...
Time to school vacation! WowwwwwwI think it is called summer vacation there or something like it...I was wondering if this vacation is about 30 or 60 days?Here in Brazil we have winter vacation in July about 15 days depends on the school.It is in the middle of the school year because it's starting in February and ends in December.Have a great time dear Fio!( btw, your picture profile is so cute!Gorgeous hair!!!!! )Enjoy your weekend and take a lot of new pictures from the fabulous Poland .Léia and purrs and love Luna(from Brazil)
Thank you! Have a great holiday too :-)@PAkWspominać, albo zatrudnić się w szkole :-)
OH! Who is the woman behind???
Well, don't you recognize your school headmaster, shame on you, Magda! ;P
Your photo captures the spirit of the last day of school quite well.
I still have 2 weeks to go before my winter holidays (I get 1 month unlike 15 days in most schools... however I don't get spring break like most students here).
Perfect composition and angle - very nice flower arrangement and the outfit of the teacher? shows it's full summer.
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