This is my picture of the year for 2015. I didn't have to think much to select it. It was a bit harder to compose the text for this card because although it may seem at first that this picture speaks for itself, the truth is that when I took it, I didn't know what I was looking at. I was lucky to be able to take this picture. Lucky to happen to be in Keleti station in Budapest at that particular moment, lucky to have a stealthy little camera that enabled me to take the picture without drawing attention to myself, lucky that the dove didn't fly away and that the little girl was pulled away by her mother only few seconds after that. So I can't take too much credit for the picture or for the story it tells. The real heroes of this picture are those who are in it. I'd like to draw your attention, from the girl and the dove to the young men at the top right corner of the picture. At the time this picture was taken, they could take the train to Vienna and further to Germany, but they didn't. They waited another month for the thousands of refugees that they were leading in this epic exodus, to arrive. Will history remember these young men as courageous leaders who saved thousands of lives? Only time will tell. Only time will tell what will be the faith of a little girl who was naive enough to hope to catch a dove - the symbol of peace, in a hectic and violent world. I go into 2016, asking myself if it is too naive, or if in fact imperative, to be as hopeful.