I don't know yet what I'm going to use the points for. Maybe I will donate them to other members or use them for me e.g. for a core membership or poster print. Let's see. Many thanks to all donors!
Thank you for the donation, Antero. I was hoping that you would upload new pictures last weekend. Didn't you find a suitable motif or weren't you on the road at all? There is definitely a life for you besides art In addition, you don't have to upload any old pics. But I like getting surprised and I'm curious to see what exciting things you have found again.
You're welcome! You'll have to wait until next week, my school ended but this weekend we have time to Midsummer festive so I probably don't upload anything new this weekend too. I have new stuff and some that I have uploaded to the computer and I haven't even checked how the look out.
I wish you a lot of fun at your midsummer festive and wonderful school holidays (6 weeks?!?).
That was exactly what I had longed for in my school days. I always counted down the days until the holidays from the first day of school in the year. In addition to the school subjects of sport and art, the days off and school breaks were always my highlights. For my later life I learned little useful things in school. Teachers in general are still hated and despised by me today. I can only smile mildly about this profession. But I don't mean all teachers. Fortunately, there are also some of them I highly appreciate. Unfortunately, these are very rare. For the most part, however, it is specialist idiots who overestimate their abilities. So I was always superior to all my art teachers and sports teachers, which they had a hard time dealing with. I graduated from high school without a lot of effort and with an enormous amount of absenteeism (on which I skipped school and used this time for my own leisure hobbies), because the grade average did not matter for my later studies. Later in my studies I had to deal with this species of teacher again. The only thing that was important to me here was the diploma / professional title, so I more or less got on with them. In professional life you will then be dealing with the products of this school system. Stupid, arrogant, self-overrating, mediocre, intolerant, selfish people. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to refuse this system if you want to survive or just want to be left alone. So you try your own thing as far as you can, but quickly reach your limits here because you cannot get on without the necessary relationships / people. And your talent, your strengths, your social skills? Completely forget it, it doesn't matter at all, nobody cares. And so you bob up to the end of your life and hope for the day when happiness will drop by in your hut. If it ever comes to you. It has always been important to me to stay true to myself and my values and not to sell myself for certain advantages. I was always willing to accept disadvantages for that.