Where the blue planes fly

One day a small blue airplane meets another small airplane as it flies high into the sky.
They start to do a little bit of road together, next to each other till they discover that it is much nicer to fly in company.
So after a while flying together they realize not only that it’s really fun but they will never ever want to fly alone again.
They decide that they will always fly like this one next to the other and so they walk further and further away.
These is the story of two little airplanes…
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I asked the girls why there were so many paper planes drawn everywhere and they replied that since they met this is what they most love to do, travel together because the world seems more complete if you look at it with someone besides you.
This is how I will always think about them, together as they visit lands far away, speaking different languages ​​under different skies.
And how I will remember this little paper airplane that follows the wind, the same wind that today brought us rain and tomorrow…who knows.

 

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Special thanks to the venue Il Grande Prato, Tuscany

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