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photoblog image PuciĀšca, Brac III
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PuciĀšca, Brac III

The school at Brac, shaping students, shaping stone.

comments (8)

Wow - interesting to see them at work!
John Prior: Thanks Elizabeth, I thought it was a great and interesting opportunity.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 8 Aug 2012, 06:31
This must have been going on since time immemorial hereabouts John
John Prior: Indeed Chris, this school just celebrated its 100th anniversary, I suppose it was more master and apprentice before that.
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 8 Aug 2012, 07:32
I would totally relish being a student in that school, John. WOW. It sure makes a good backdroop for color!
John Prior: Yes everything has taken on the hue of limestone, yes I think they are very privileged learning such specialist skills.
I really love this series, John. I want to be in the ro0om and see what happens after your shutter has snapped.
John Prior: It was a really interesting opportunity, they are very used to being watched by tourists.
Good to see it is all young men being trained.
John Prior: I wonder if they realise how privileged they are to be doing this.
The guy on the left looks as if he is daydreaming John
John Prior: They seemed very used to having tourists visit, this one is thinking of the girl he just met.
a future we do not know what lies ahead, all right that generations to come teach them good values​​. nice picture, greetings
John Prior: Yes nice to see traditional skills passed onto a new generation.
  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, United States of America
  • 14 Aug 2012, 04:39
what a fascinating place this must be. nice that they permitted you to capture these images.

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