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Rediscovering life in Palawan Philippines

Weekly Photo Challenge: FRIENDSHIP

A handmade pig from Montreal, a Mickey Mouse wine stopper from Florida, a carved shell from Goa, a springy lobster from Nova Scotia, and a spongy hamburger from the Philippines. What do all of these have in common?

They are all symbols of FRIENDSHIP, of people thinking of you when they are far away. I treasure them all.


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24 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: FRIENDSHIP

  1. I have my little treasure chest of friendship tokens too!

  2. creative imagery for friendship…very nice.


  3. Lovely tokens of friendship. 😉

  4. Original AND touching – you also made me think of a few treasures I have held to from my friends. Well done. 🙂

  5. great take on the theme. thanks!

  6. Good take on friendship. Nicely done.

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  8. Awesome… This is a fresh take on the Friendship theme I have been following everywhere. Great photo, Great Job!

  9. What a great take on this challenge!! 😉

  10. Pretty picture! 🙂

  11. Beautiful. friendship makes us appreciate the blessings and happiness that life gave us. I used to collect souvenirs too of places where I was most happy with friends and family. Lately, its through photos and memories in my heart. works as well. Thanks.

    • When I was young my parents had so many little trinkets. I used to think “Why the heck are they keeping them?” But now when my friends come back from their vacations and bring me something it means the world to me.

  12. Lovely! The many ways friendeship can express itself always amazes me.
    Take care and good luck in your endeavour!

  13. How cute! Thanks for sharing!

  14. I also like the idea of keeping souvenirs. Thanks for sharing. It’s a very nice post.

  15. what a great idea for this weeks theme

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  17. nice treasures of friendship!

  18. Awesome little treasures. I have many things too from travel and am saving them in my hope chest to pass on if I ever have kids.

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