Taken on a very cold day at White Point Beach, Nova Scotia, Canada. My then Fiancee now wife wrote this in the wet sand, and I took the shot. I thought this might make a nice Valentine’s Day card.

This image has taken on new meaning for me now. My Mother had been in the hospital for a little over a week. We knew she was on her deathbed. She had suffered for many years with a number of serious chronic health issues, the most debilitating being COPD – a chronic lung disease which had her housebound and connected to oxygen 24-7. Well this morning (Feb. 15, 2009) she passed away peacefully. The reason this image is special to me now is that it was featured on the Homepage here on RedBubble just hours before she passed away. In my heart I feel that she had something to do with it. This was her way of telling me she loves me for one last time since this image prominently features the words “I LOVE YOU” in the sand. God Bless you, Mum!

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Comments

  • Daniel Fitzgerald
    Daniel Fitzgeraldover 6 years ago

    very nice shot! Very sweet!

  • Xenia
    Xeniaover 6 years ago

    wonderful!

  • phil1950
    phil1950over 6 years ago

    Excellent image, great message, well done

  • davidmilne
    davidmilneover 6 years ago

    Superbly done!

  • Robin Webster
    Robin Websterover 6 years ago

    Great shot!

  • Judy Gayle Waller
    Judy Gayle Wallerover 6 years ago

    nice b/w shot..

  • Tina monroe
    Tina monroeover 6 years ago

    this really would make a nice card, good job!

  • Karen Martin
    Karen Martinover 6 years ago

    Lovely shot – well done

  • Jeff  Burns
    Jeff Burnsover 6 years ago

    Very clever awesome shot

  • Christopher  Ewing
    Christopher E...over 6 years ago

    awww now nice..this is great, the sentiment and the shot, very nice job to the both of you..and finance?? hmmm

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