Hearts in the making

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    All found in one trip to our river.
    All left to be re-found.

    aga_d, chhattisgarh, stitch witch, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. /\ltus 106 months ago | reply

      Cool indeed. You certainly have a knack for finding them!

    2. Elspeth's Flickr 106 months ago | reply

      Funny how heart shapes can jump out in abundance

    3. Hotash 106 months ago | reply

      Hi
      lette
      Altus &
      happy hippy
      (love this handle *shakes head*)
      They truly are everywhere
      I mean really!
      Check THIS out!

    4. /\ltus 106 months ago | reply

      That "unexpectedly" is very cool (and spooky at the same time ;-)

    5. aga_d 106 months ago | reply

      thank YOU for the invite to the group and for the link ****

    6. aga_d 106 months ago | reply

      and yes - HEARTS are everywhere...

    7. stitch witch 105 months ago | reply

      'All left to be re-found'. Thank you for making me think. I have always collected them, but it is so much nicer to leave them so they can be shared. These were a lovely find in one river, in one day. :~)))

    8. Hotash 105 months ago | reply

      @stitch witch-I actually got the idea to leave them from THIS Hearts OF Nature member - however, I would have had a very, very hard time leaving this one behind. . .
      I love rocks and tend to pack some home from each trip to the river ~smile~
      YES all of these were found in one walk at our river, on the same day. Keep in mind we had a HUGE Flood in December so we have many, many great new rocks at our river~

    9. stitch witch 105 months ago | reply

      Ooooo...thanks for that lovely link Hotash....no, I probably would not have been able to resist giving that one a home either! From now on, I will do as I do with any plants I use....ask their permission....and they will let me know if I can give them a new home or not.

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