• Meredith Edmonston

Love is in the Air


Photographed at the SFMOMA, this sculpture displays the most potent force in the world, love.



Romantic love; this bride anxiously awaits a special moment in her life. It is the one in which she gets to publicly profess her feelings for her soon-to-be spouse.



Familial love; the bond of blood has an incomparable strength. This picture of a framed photograph evokes feelings of caring for loved ones.Platonic love; we hold our friends near and dear to our hearts. Care packages like these mean the world to our friends because of the thought put into them.


Familial love; the bond of blood has an incomparable strength. This picture of a framed photograph evokes feelings of caring for loved ones. Platonic love; we hold our friends near and dear to our hearts. Care packages like these mean the world to our friends because of the thought put into them.


Self-love; the cruelest of them all. On Valentine’s Day, being alone can seem like the worst reality. We all have an innate love-hate relationship with ourselves.


Love is a beautiful yet ugly notion. It can inflict pain as well as bring immense happiness. Love others and love yourself; it is a tall order, but it is one everyone should work to fulfill.





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