© 2010 Kim-Seattle Daily Photo. All rights reserved, including reproduction or republishing.The interlocking words and symbols of "Love & Loss" sculpture at the Olympic Sculpture Park captivate hundreds of people with their simplicity and melding of quirky landscape design and conceptual art. This is my love's hand resting on the "O" that joins the words LoVE and LoSS into a sculptural acrostic. I took this shot a month before his death three years ago. The glossy red neon ampersand turns on its spindle, elevated high above the rest of the work, aglow night and day. People toss coins in the well of water the "O" forms, while the "V," literally a v-shaped tree trunk with a section painted white, silently and slowly grows, like love emerging or disintegrating. Or, like the tree everlasting, going on into infinity. LoVE & LoSS being forever joined together, we might wish for very different things during different chapters of life as we tossed our coin into the pool. My coin would drop in with ripples of thanks. What would you wish for today?