fragments d'histoire, de paysages et de vie.
I just checked out wikipedia, because we don't celebrate women's day here and found out that in some places it has become an occasion for men to express their love to the women around them in a way somewhat similar to valentine's day. But of course elsewhere it still has a more social and political significance. I think your beautiful picture could serve to symbolize the former. Enjoy your evening Malyss!
Marc: If Holland does not need to have such a day, it's a good thing, it means that women are happy enough there! Anyway, thank you for your nice comment!
I liked the silhouette of the statue against that puffy cloud sky!
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