Maybe someone who knows Italian can help with this “theme” word. Many paparazzi, one paparazzo. Is the feminine form paparazza? First three in a preschool This and 7 are my husband Next three in NYC subway School girls in Brooklyn Four in the amazing Jewish Children's Museum in Brooklyn. Okay – these are two of my grandchildren Next three, praying at the Ohel of the Lubavitcher Rebbe - first is actually at the gravesite of his wife, Chaya Mushka Schneersohn a"h. Fear of flying? Kiev synagogue The next nine are in Simferopol, Crimea - home sweet (?) home Bad photo from telephone and quite a distance, but I couldn't resist this construction worker sitting high up on the scaffolding, talking on his mobile phone. Five at a central fountain - one of my favorite places for catching people. Well, the “People of the Book” do have a lot of books, for learning. One of my sons blowing a shofar, or ram's horn in Elul (Aug-Sept) near some of our bookshelves. The books are all 2 rows deep, except the massive tomes of the Talmud on top. We blow the shofar, which sounds like a heartfelt cry, every day in Elul, except Shabbos (Friday night and Saturday) to inspire ourselves to regret past ways and turn over a new leaf. Haha! Ostrich in Bakhtchiserai!