In my Memories of Montevideo post, I wrote about my somewhat melancholy return to a city I used to call home, and in it I featured the Fountain of Love in downtown Montevideo. With its rusted iron fence and tiny plaque, the fountain is crammed with locks of couples wanting to commemorate their love with an eternal tribute. In writing about the fountain, I posted a photo of the lock that most caught my eye, a deep purple one gleaming in the afternoon sun.
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