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These are so neat–almost like book illustrations!
sweet and so innocent looking – like a look back. 🙂
gorgeous pictures! great work! 🙂
School days, school days…oh those golden rule days!!! Fabulous post!
And your ‘crested’ post below this post is awesome also.
The simple life, very nice!
Great photos of such a different way of life, at least than mine.
Nice pictures you show.
These are great photos! Love the processing and they definitely represent this weeks theme!
like a step back in time….wonderful processing!
These are so pretty – like paintings
Really neat. The only things that look out of place are the igloo coolers!
Looks like those are de rigeur for these scholars!
Such a happy time.
I love these !!!
Mycket originellt för mig. Snyggt och intressant. Ha de gott.
What fantastic pictures!
No school bus for these kids – great photos!
The Amish always make me feel like I’m time traveling. Excellent series of these precious children.
Do the Amish attend “English school”? I guess I assumed they had their own schools.
Very interesting shots! It’s funny to see them carring coolers, not just regular lunch bags.
Simple life, so nicely captured.
These are wonderful Pat.
Das sind total schöne Fotos ♥
Nice captures! The texture is very wonderful.
Love your photos. I remember a song called School Days.
As it should be!
I would have loved to see a horse and buggy ! But this is very sweet… great use of texture here too! Kim has taught everyone so well.
These remind me of the Amish I lived near when I lived in Delaware. Very quaint.
Great photos! I feel like I have stepped back in time. Nice processing.
We visited a rural Amish community in Missouri earlier this year. We knew that some Amish used bicycles, but, this group were not allowed to use them.
Those modern coolers for lunch boxes somehow seem out of place with the rest of the setting.
Lovely images!! I’ve always wanted to visit an Amish community.
Oh, Pat — I LUV these children — and your edit is just perfect!
Lovely children, so innocent and quaint landscapes, well captured 🙂
Such cool images!
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