Paul, Wiesbaden, Germany
It means something to me as it is one of the first pictures of me and my wife who is German after we moved to Wiesbaden, Germany. It was taken 2 years into our European adventure after living in Amsterdam and then Frankfurt.
The ease in which we were able to move between countries was as easy as it was to move between cities.
Looking back and smiling at this, also makes me sad that my son may lose similar opportunities in his life. Without freedom of movement in Europe it’s possible my wife would not have had the opportunity to freely study and work in the UK and with no real qualifications it’s unlikely I would have had the opportunity to live, travel and work in Europe.