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March 12, 2008



So sad. All those broken hearts.


Very kewl collection of pics. Thanks for sharing. Happy T13!

Nicole Austin

Great pics. #6 & 10 are making me hungry. LOL!

Happy TT!

On a Limb with Claudia

Oh... I hope this isn't a reflection on your heart!! (( hug )) They are wonderful though!

Happy TT!


I hope I never find out what it feels like.

A wonderful collection. The best TT this week!


Beautifully done. Creative eyes saw complete pictures in these fragments.

Susan Helene Gottfried

What interesting interpretations. Thanks for taking the time to put this together!


Wow - what a unique TT post. I love the cookie...can't help it. Them there are my favs. *yummo*

Happy TT :)


I know broken hearts are sad, but that cookie looked so good......
Great TT and terrific "broken hearts"!


Great pic's...broken hearts suck!! Happy TT.


Awesome photographs..

Happy TT!


Wow, that's really original! So sad, though...Happy TT


Those are really cool works of art. I liked the cookies best tho! LOL Happy TT!

marcia v

i love them all but 5 which is so disturbing


I hope taking these pictures was cathartic for the photographers. They make me feel just a bit sad. I guess that's to be expected when dealing with broken hearts. ;)


That leaf one is really cool. What a find.


Thats was a great list....I really liked the 10th Bee Mine one...Hope there is always someone to mend the broken hearts!!

Thanks for stopping by.
Happy TT!!

Infinity Goods

Yes, very painful indeed.
Thanks for stopping by my site. To answer your question, no, none of those photos were Second Life. They were all mother nature. But some of those Second Life pictures you introduced us to a few weeks ago sure came close to reality. I do 3D art using Bryce among other programs and sometimes it's really hard to tell and it fools people.


I loved this. It filled my cup with sadness for the day, but it was a beautiful, tacit, parade of pain.


Interesting T-13. My favs are #4, 9, and 13.
Hugs and blessings,


what a creative idea! I like the mosaic one!


I like number 4. It's broken, yes, shattered really, but you can tell that someone has tried awfully hard to put it back together.


What a wonderful theme--and so interesting all the different ways the photographers interpreted it!

Angie @ Many Little Blessings

It's really interesting to see all the different interpretations.

ellen b

What an interesting subject for a photo! Thanks for bringing all these unique interpretations in one place for us to see. Have a great week.

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