Photographer's Note

Clean shaved. White shirt. Red tie. A fedora hat.

Splendid day for happiness - isn't it ? It's your day, my good man.
They've given you a red ribbon to put it upon your sleeve.
They've made you responsible for watching those anti-social elements with the cameras, who take pictures of our glorious, thanksgiving parade without written permission.
And surely enough HE DID his duty! He had earned their trust.
He asked me three times about my name and who I am working for. And every single time he pulled out his little notebook and wrote something down.
The manifestation of love for our leaders went smoothly and very peacefully. There were no ( yet, very expected) interruptions from the agents of CIA, FBI, Neo-Nazis, Zionists and other bourgeois circles of 'you know who' !!

Several months later an unknown electrician, armed with the sticker of Virgin Mary Of Jasna Gora, in his lapel - had jumped over the entrance gate of the Gdansk' shipyard, and since then nobody knows what actually happened to this giant portrait that used to hang down on the building wall, high above the crowd of the people, who were happily marching towards the bright future.

May your May Day be a funny May day!

Many thanks for viewing (*_*)


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Viewed: 1898
Points: 10
Additional Photos by George Grabarczyk (Polonaise) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1785 W: 111 N: 868] (5802)
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