Let me explain : at the pictures shown how Russia gets up from his knees. Children go to sporting facilities , are preparing for the Olympic games... and there bars ,and jumping into the water . But actually, that we are moving away from the losses after the second world war ,in which we would suffer defeat ,if we were not helped by our "friends" from the West ^^. We can say that they won the war ... Thank you very much !!! But all jokes in truth, it is the Soviet development for the destruction of the enemy both mentally and morally , and even Russia does not exist , it's all a fairy tale for children, the USSR was ,and still is ,and what is happening in Ukraine , it is a preparation for the ninth of may ( feast of such ). OMON already left for me and directly taken away for interrogation to the KGB ...
It's a strange picture but at the same time is beatiful. It's simple, well taken and show us the great Russia with his Black Sea but at the same time shoes that Russia became a simple country, as others. What is today, problably it's not tomorrown anymote. I say this, with all respect to the Great Nation that Russia is.
La finesse des rêves.
calme de la
nuit la couleur
de la neige
Nice picture, showing that the older spaces can be used, and bring happiness forever...................................
@Isabel Correia "the great Russia with his Black Sea"? There are about 5 countries around Black Sea, don't think they would be happy to hear that Black Sea would be Russia's... Maybe you meant something else, english-wise.. Also, your comment shows a little too much respect "to the Great Nation", let's not exaggerate.
@Robert G Ruvalcaba
that thought was crossing my mind also... but i imagine that it has been taken recently, i'm not sure what exactly it is about the photo that gives it a feel of "a past or bygone period"...is it the hues of the image or is it perhaps that we almost never see our children in our enviornment just having a simple playful moment and entertaining themselves with an imaginative use of whatever they see or find around them and each other and not some "real" toy or computer ?
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