Wow, these images are incredibly beautiful. Your friend should become a cinematographer (if they aren't already). I for one would kill to have such beautiful images in a film.
Beautiful pictures Olga!... yours is an enchanting place! And the nostalgia...Oh, I know that feeling!Have a wonderful Sunday!
Dear Olga,The pictures are beautiful, congratulations to your friend. More than nostalgia the english language has the proper word for what you feel. It's called “homesickness” and it’s so true for those who stay away from their countries for a long time, like you are from Belarus. In spite of your home, being now in Gdansk there will be always a part of our heart that stays where your roots remain and so your dearest relatives. I’m sure that this holidays will give you a high spirit to face some months more before you plan your next visit to Gomel. I wish you a fantastic time together, a well deserved rest and enjoy life because life it’s so wonderful and it's so much worth while living when we have the love of our lives right besides us. There’s absolutely nothing better than that. Hugs to you and Arek, TI
These pictures are madly amazing Olga.Gomel. I must remember that.
hithanks for the comment on my blogwhat a beautiful place and great shots!!!! they are really goodhave a nice day
a story in a story in a story ...forget:)
Wow that man is a real artist!! Great pictures!!
Every time you upload photos, it's like a gift for me! I like seeing and collecting photos, you know... About the photos in this post, i liked almost all!!!Greece always wishes the best to the belarussian part of Poland!
You mean you have lovely cute squirrels like the one in this post? Yes our squirrels are huge - I couldn't believe it when I moved here. In the summer they will come right up to the table to get scraps of food.
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