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Weekly Photo challenge; love

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A cold symbol of love – maybe a mixed metaphor?????

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23 thoughts on “Weekly Photo challenge; love

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  2. Interesting thought indeed.

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  6. Wow, I love the look of frozen roses. What a brave and hopefull rose to have bloomed into the winter. Well done.

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  8. I love roses because the bloom year around.

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  9. Love this, even if it is cold. 🙂

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  10. Love endures. Love’s bloom thrives even under the coldest circumstances…
    I had more but my pc hiccuped and the thoughts were fleeting. 😦 A lovely shot that could say so much.

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  13. Red, the colour of fire ….. love the factor which banishes the cold?!

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  16. That could be a metaphor.. I mean, for me, the flower is surrounded with snow..

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  19. “,,,beneath the heavy snows, lies the seed, that with the sun’s love in the Spring, becomes the rose.” Lovely image!

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