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fußballerische weiterentwicklung jugend The story behind my photo: I was approaching the deadline, on my lunch break, and worried that I had nothing to contribute. After failing to capture anything that I liked by Lake Michigan or in the gardens of the Baha’i House of Worship, I went into the lower level of the House of Worship to say hi to friends. One lovely lady and her daughters were there, and as their mother worked on some things, I had a change to talk to the girls and take photos. Elsie, the littler one, insisted on seeing the photos after I took her picture. She is really rather young, but already knows about cameras. 🙂 It made my day to see such lovely children, and I got my photo.
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