Locks of love

posted on 10th of march, 2011

Padlocks are using as a sign of love. Couples in love locking various padlocks on different places around the world. Usually they are on some bridge and after locking is key thrown into the water.

I created a collection for this beautiful habit - collection

Comments (10)

Posted by Juliasha on April 07, 2011
I don't like this tradition. It is look nice in some places but not in like 6th photo))) Our Moscow bridge is very popular on weddings day, but I like a photographer hate it. Many people, high sun or without sun, and very very very many padlocks! I saw one place where it 's pleasant - only in Pskov (not spam: http://www.photo-julevna.com/architecture-travel/russian-cities/pskov/ - 2nd and 3rd photos)
Posted by Yadamons on April 04, 2011
Very nice collection :)
Posted by Luckydoor on March 23, 2011
Posted by Egomezta on March 10, 2011
Great collection...
Posted by Mariaam on March 10, 2011
Great photos and interesting info!
Posted by Petin on March 10, 2011
I also have never heard about... In every case, nice pictures!
Posted by Tomasbednar on March 10, 2011
Oh, Kampa. I forget to check GPS first :-))
Posted by Tomasbednar on March 10, 2011
Nice pics. Where did you take them? I am from CZ too, but never heard about this habit. Such romantic idea :-)
Posted by Uptall on March 10, 2011
well.really nice pics and nice collection .
here also have such belief and people like to lock locks for their love..
Posted by Picstudio on March 10, 2011
Lovely pics.

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