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Photohunter...Together...

This week's Photohunt topic is...Together.
I couldn't decide between these two photos, so you get both.
2 for the price of 1, this weekend!

Nothing's more together than this little guy, totally enraptured with his flower of the hour. I found him in the flowerbed in front of the Cathedral of Our Lady of Chartres, in Chartres, France.
Now, that's intimacy!


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And, then there are the ancient statues carved into the central transept of the Cathedral in Chartres...
Together forever, since the 12th century.
Now, that's togetherness!


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“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” ~ Helen Keller


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Comments (3)

Beautiful shots Brenda!


You would have laughed at me, scooting all over the cathedral taking as many of these images as I could. I was there for only one day this time, same as last trip. Next time, I want to spend a few days in Chartres, so I can see more and learn more.
Thanks for posting!
Ciao,
Brenda

Fun choices Brenda. You are brave to get that close to a bee!


:-) He was sooo busy with the flower's sweetness that he had no time for me at all!
Cute little guy, huh?
Ciao,
Brenda

Great choices for the PhotoHunt for this week. :)

Thanks, Leslie!
I love these images, so it's cool that others also enjoy them. Chartres Cathedral is spectacular. No way to take a bad photo there!
Ciao,
Brenda

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