How do you want to remember the best years of your life? Certainly not with a corny portrait in front of a fake fall scene. Or if you went to school in the 80s, you probably had one of those trippy laser backgrounds. These kids in Russia decided to skip the cliche backgrounds found in pretty much every yearbook photo ever and created their own instead. Students posed in front of a chalkboard with drawings that reflect their personality and show off their interests. I’d love to see more schools adopt this idea. Allowing students to express themselves in such a fun way probably means that yearbook sales go up and money spent on photographers with horrible backdrops goes way down.

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