Wordless Wednesday: My Best Friend

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Wordless Wednesday

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  1. We feel the missing presence of someone loved, Sandy.




    Aloha from Waikiki, Friend

    Comfort Spiral

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  2. That bench, has so much feeling,history attached to it, its a great shot.

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  3. great photo, Sandy! good eye!

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  4. I have seen other benches with similar sentiments carved into them. I can always feel a presence. Those benches are so comfortable too.

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  5. What a wonderful bench and testament to friendship. The pipe adds to the scene too.

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  6. How perfect! And what a terrific capture! You truly do get the feeling of friendship and loss! You do have a great eye, Sandy! Have a lovely evening!

    Sylvia

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  7. I hope someone came back for the pipe...
    lovely photo.

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  8. a nice way to remember a loved one. you captured it perfectly.

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  9. Something about a bench with a name on it.

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  10. The pipe sure has me wondering.. perhaps even more than I wonder about Isaiah.

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  11. Deep feelings through that bench. Really a fine photograph, Sandy.

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  12. I think I noticed the pipe first, too. I wonder if someone is coming back for it?

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  13. What a poignant photo. I wonder if the pipe was his and left as a tribute, or simply forgotten along the way.

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  14. Love the photo and the pipe is a nice touch. Either he never returned or he will be back.
    Nice!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  15. vey cool and comforting I have sucha place belonging to a former student- it gazes out upon the lake.sk

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  16. I adore this shot. There's a lifetime of stories hiding within it.

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  17. Its beautiful Sandy.

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  18. Such a neat tribute. Is the pipe a permanent part of the bench?

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  19. Sandy: See you left your pipe on the bench.

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  20. I love that pipe!

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  21. So much history and love in such a simple object!

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  22. an interesting photo, Sandy..congrats'

    nice day
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  23. The stories lurking around this bench.

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  24. wonderful.
    I'd like to imagine the pipe as part of the shrine.

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