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    The Crossed Fingers series represents an idea of the breakdown of love and relationships. I find it facinating that one significant other could be deeper into the relationship than the other. Lies are told, promises broken, hearts left behind....

    Series. 2006

    fher_citox, Marutina, thelifeofcy, and 47 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. thelifeofcy 109 months ago | reply

      Oh, this is beautiful. Love the asymmetrical information that the picture carries. As observers of this couple, the crossed fingers give us a hint of what's going on in the guy's mind, but the girl's side of the story is left a mystery.

    2. Aussie.(thiva) [deleted] 109 months ago | reply

      i to agree with maryanne i like this series and take more!!

    3. Katie Tegtmeyer 109 months ago | reply

      Thanks, I do hope to extend this series more

    4. _wintermute 109 months ago | reply

      It took me a little while to notice the guys fingers but once I did it brought a very big smile to my face. Nicely done :)

      Tony.

    5. SNAFU949 94 months ago | reply

      Very powerful, thanks Katie. :)

    6. Philip Taylor PT 63 months ago | reply

      Very nice. Used this in my blog post about getting a Joint Checking Account. Thanks for sharing. Made sure to attribute.

    7. Dian Reid 63 months ago | reply

      Nice. Using this in my blog about what constitutes a good relationship (tomorrow morning 2/3). Thanks for sharing =)

      authenticrealities.com/2010/02/my-relationship-sucks/

    8. Katie Tegtmeyer 63 months ago | reply

      great blog Dian! Thank you for using my photo!

    9. egrollma 56 months ago | reply

      Hello! I've included this image on a blog post at Kinsey Confidential about cheating versus open relationships. (It will be public here on Thursday: kinseyconfidential.org/cheating-nonmonogamy-difference-ma.... Kinsey Confidential is a blog of the Kinsey Institute to provide information about sexual health and education: kinseyconfidential.org/

    10. twcblog 48 months ago | reply

      Love this picture. I used it on my blog post. Thanks. thinkwritecreate.com/2011/04/07/thinking-before-reacting/

    11. mlhradio 38 months ago | reply

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    12. Quizzes.Net 36 months ago | reply

      Amazing photo. We have used this photo on our quiz here Are you falling out of love?
      Thanks again.

    13. swarnimpathak 22 months ago | reply

      Hey nice pic. Thanks for share. I have used it in my blog post How to tell if a person is lying . Have linked the photograph to your page.

    14. Magforguys.com 21 months ago | reply

      Thank you for this nice Image. We have used it on our post here:

      8 Lies that Every Man Says in a Relationship

      Thanks again.

    15. PayneLive 18 months ago | reply

      I like this picture because it outlines what you said above with it on the breakdown of relationships. It works with this powerpoint presentation I am giving on an Analysis of Shakespeare's Sonnet 116, but I will reference you and the link here to it. Thank you.

    16. jazzybree 12 months ago | reply

      I love this picture! It was so perfect for one of my articles: 10 things I wish someone told me before I was 18. You can check it out here!

      flippednews.com/ten-things-i-wish-someone-told-me-before-...

    17. schee138 6 months ago | reply

      Thanks for using creative commons! I've used your photo to help illustrate an article on the open-access social science website website TheSocietyPages.org, and you can see it here thesocietypages.org/ccf/2014/09/29/premarital-cohabitation/

      I credited the photo to you by name, and clicking on it takes the viewer to the original here. I also plan to use it in our "carousel" of highlighted features on our home page, where it will go up, most likely, tomorrow, and remain in rotation for 3-6 days, with credit on hover-over.

      Thanks again!
      Brittany

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