Weekly Photo Challenge: Friendship

Friends
Friends, a photo by Fergiemoto on Flickr.  (Click on image to enlarge).

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storms rise and fall
seasons merge into another
true friendship endures
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Photo submitted for his week’s WordPress photo challenge.

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53 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Friendship

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  6. I cannot remember seeing a better photographic capture of the symbols and essence of true friendship. Those companionable chairs waiting through the snows of winter for the spring sunshine that will bring the friends back out for a chat! Very, very wonderful! Would that all people all over the world had chairs like this awaiting them.

  7. Reblogged this on granbee and commented:
    Dear friends: Please view these snowed-in companion chairs in your mind’s eye as awaiting our critterly friends in more than one spot along the path of their quest!
    I cannot remember seeing a better photographic capture of the symbols and essence of true friendship. Those companionable chairs waiting through the snows of winter for the spring sunshine that will bring the friends back out for a chat! Very, very wonderful! Would that all people all over the world had chairs like this awaiting them.

    • We have had snow in June before (last year) but the leaves were a sure giveaway! In the winter, it’s not uncommon to get a foot or more of snow overnight where we are.

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  9. Through the toughest seasons, true friends help each other out. Beautiful images to go with the inspiring words. “storms rise and fall
    seasons merge into another
    friendship endures.”
    Thanks for sharing a post with a generous heart.

  10. A beautiful photo and a wonderful Haiku! Following your blog, would look out for more of the lovely Haiku and nature photos from your end 🙂 My passion is also writing – short stories and poetry. I was wondering, if you are into reading ebooks about fiction- with a touch of adventure and inspiration from nature, then may be you could check out my blog at your own leisure http://musewithcoffee.wordpress.com. I wish you a great week ahead.

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