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  1. You have beautiful photographs and certainly the artistic eye for it. I do apologize but I am not getting notifications of your post. I do love your work. I will try unfriending you and then following you again. This method works apparently. This is not the first time this has happened to me. Be well.

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    1. Thank you for commenting and letting me know. Please don’t be sorry. Guess it happens sometimes. Feel free to unfollow and follow back my blog if that helps. Be well also:)

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  2. I just loved this series, Alina. I grew up in the countryside working on farms as a boy and I see the hard work that went into the life you portray in you photographs. You always capture the best in your subjects. The bunny was a nice touch as well 🙂

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    1. When I was little all kids used to go on vacation in the countryside. My grandparents were from the city as me, so I suffered because I could not enjoy as my friends the fresh air, healthy food,animals and so on. These days kids go on vacation in whole Europe ,which is not a bad thing. Of course we’re ‘free’ (as long we have money) to go wherever we want. Forgetting our origin;this is sad.

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    2. I’v always mourned the loss of our roots and rich culture across the world. Progress is fine and can be positive but I wish it could come without the sacrifice of our memories of those things that enabled cultures and societies to progress. Remembering where we came from keeps us from getting lost.

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