The first snow was so unexpected, so children of orphanage were so happy to catch this moment with camera. That’s the result Advertisements
Yesterday the first snow fell. That’s how it was seen by Stas Pavlov, Anton Visotskiy and Katya Semenova
Nikolay Vladimirov and his student Olga Gomon had time to catch the last autumn day in the one of the most beautiful park of Pskov. That is Botanical Garden, which was developed by the first principal of the Pskov secondary school – Nikolay Raevsky. The school was opened in 1873 and worked in the agricultural …
Autumn changes not only nature, but also people and their mood. Today group of students led by Nikolay Vladimirov have tried to catch the autumn reflection in their classmates and friends
It’s often rather difficult for children to occupy themselves in the bus… But it’s not so in this case. This day children from Pskov’s orphanage have tried to catch the most beautiful views from the bus windows. That’s the results.
Participants of orphanage’s photo studio tried themselves as press photographers on the Pskov Cup of Gymnastics. The competition was attended by 90 participants. The winner is Lubov’ Vlasova.
It’s always so: while one cleans the territory from fallen leaves and refuse, others – have a rest on the playground)
The participants of orphanage‘s photo studio like autumn walks along town with camera. So, last Saturday, the pupils led by Snjezana Vlasova, again, as in this spring, went for a walk to the park of the “Rizhskaya” hotel . The place was not chosen by chance – the impression of the park is changing with …
Today, students of the school for the hard of hearing went to explore the hometown. Familiar houses and streets looked sad in spite of the bright attire of trees. That’s what Anton Vysotsky and Ekaterina Semenova saw under the guidance of their teacher Stas Pavlov.
The Saturday’s walk with students of orphanage turned out well – rain stopped, the sun came out. Familiar landscapes of the river embankment have changed colors, and my pupils had liked it so much. These photos were made by Olesya Markova and Anna Shustrova.