View from Chałupy on the Puck Bay. Season start, May 2021
A5 - Rafał Pierzchlewicz
A quiet beauty spot - moment of rest before continuing the journey
A6 - Eliza Michalik
Freedom from restrictions
A7 - Krzysztof Łuksza
Bartek's happiness while driving the lift - my son's happiness is priceless.
A8 - Jean-Paul Arismendi
Pure and simple Family happiness
A9 - Michał Kucharski
With my wife, 50+, in the mountains.
A10 - Robert Luzeńczyk
Family break - quenching our thirst at the foot of the sea.
A11 - Joanna Tabara
I look and think to myself ... Yes, THAT is my definition of happiness ...
A12 - Dorota Kwiatkowska
Chillout in Hipisówka after an infinite
A13 - Tymoteusz Doligalski
"Happiness is an emotion caused by experiences that the subject perceives as positive. In the concept of happiness, psychology produces amusement and contentment." (Wikipedia)
A14 - Monika Kozakiewicz
Happiness for me is, above all, freedom - of thinking, of choices. I lead my steps towards the new. I give freedom to myself and a place to someone else.
A15 - Paweł Żuczek
First time live (my daughter's first match at the stadium I built)
A16 - Grzegorz Sekienda
Understanding, support, tolerance, friendship, love
A17 - Justyna Nadwodna
Our second meeting. Two reflections, two sexes, two colors. Happiness is a number of two.
A18 - Rafał Nikodym
A19 - Katarzyna Jakubiec
Walking constantly towards the sun
A20 - Piotr Boratyński
Change of seasons. Every change gives hope
A21 - Ingrid Szrajer
An intimate moment of silence and gratitude for a good day, showing a ray of happiness in the hustle and bustle of everyday life in the Mexican capital
A22 - Norbert Piotrowski
"There's no wi-fi in the mountains, but you'll find no better connection."
A23 - Marek Pielak
Giving others happiness is one of the most important things I want and do in my life. Picture of a tired dog after work as a dog therapist and his happy master. Changing roles gives a moment of great happiness and recognition also to the dog ... so little is needed to make someone happy, and we humans so often overlook it ...