Weekly Photo Challenge: Together


Bulgarian and French kids waiting together their turn to go on stage at the International Children’s Folklore Festival in Sofia. Kids from Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Turkey and France were dancing and living together, and it was just great!

The picture is made by my daughter, also a participant in the festival. I was only a technical support🙂

See more together challenges here!

Posted on 30/04/2012, in Разни and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 21 коментара.

  1. Northern Narratives

    It looks like fun.

  2. it looks like they are having a great time together

  3. Looks like a fun event. This is a great way to make friends and learn the amazing culture of other countries. Great photo by your daughter. Thanks for sharing a festive post!

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