Weekly Photo Challenge: RESOLVED

When I first saw this week’s photo challenge theme I was resolved not to participate, but then I changed my mind😀.

Here are some snaps of the street demonstrations in Rome which I witnessed in late November last year. This group of young people were resolved to change their government and they managed to do so.

I wish my nation was this resolved.







46 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: RESOLVED

  1. “Buddy you’re a boy make a big noise” ‘hahaha’
    – just like ducks or even drakes…🙂😉

    The italian boys and girls did it with great sense – impressive – and very understandable that they got enough of the system’s self-satisfaction..🙂


  2. buen trabajo! i love this post and have one about the bahia de caraquez ‘march’ that will compliment yours! finishing work on a fence trumps posts right now, and one more is in line ahead of that one… i love this post, though, and i love how you captured the spirit of that group! z


    • Thank you Jeffo🙂 You have improved my star score on the pictures too😀. I wonder who the idiot that gave me 3 stars is :S. Have a super weekend hiking😉


  3. I agree… the only danger is when educated youth topple a government and then the uneducated religious hi-jack their revolution… point & case: Egypt! I was so happy for them but so disappointed to see how its turning out to be right now. I’m hopeful that one day they’ll get corrected.


  4. A wonderful example of resolve.

    Thank you for visiting my blog today. I appreciate the time you took to stop by. May your day be filled with joy and peace.


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