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  • Morgan Beckham

    The mixture of the 3 shapes of cross, heart and anchor are meant to symbolize faith, hope, and love. Cute Tattoo idea

  • Amanda Roets

    The Camargue cross. The mixture of the 3 shapes of cross, heart and anchor are meant to symbolize faith, hope and love. Awesome tattoo idea

  • Rebecca Ennis

    The mixture of the 3 shapes of cross, heart and anchor are meant to symbolize faith, hope, and love. #tattooidea

  • Vanessa Hilley

    Cool tattoo idea, wish I wasn't chicken to get one! Camargue Cross: The Camargue cross on the wall of the church in Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, France. The mixture of the 3 shapes of cross, heart and anchor are meant to symbolize faith, hope and love.

  • Allie O'Hara

    The mixture of the 3 shapes of cross, heart and anchor are meant to symbolize faith, hope, and love. - love this as a tattoo idea!

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The Camargue cross. The mixture of the 3 shapes of cross, heart and anchor are meant to symbolize faith, hope and love.

The Camargue cross on the wall of the church in Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, France. The mixture of the 3 shapes of cross, anchor and heart are meant to symbolize faith, hope and love.

The mixture of the 3 shapes of cross, heart and anchor are meant to symbolize faith, hope, and love. I want this as a TATTOO! :)

The mixture of the 3 shapes of cross, heart and anchor are meant to symbolize faith, hope, and love.

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The Camargue cross on the wall of the church in Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, France. The mixture of the 3 shapes of cross, heart and anchor are meant to symbolize faith, hope and love.

Hebrews 6:19 reminds me of my grandpa's favorite hymn "my soul in sad exile"... the chorus goes "i've anchored my soul in the haven of rest.. i'll sail the wide seas no more"