On Tuesday this week I had my lunch outside on the deck for the first time this year. The northern wind was really cold, but we have a corner that's nice and sheltered. My camera was there with me (of course!), and I was looking around randomly for something to photograph while waiting for birds to show up at the feeder. I could not believe my eyes when I saw this heart shape between some branches! Right there, in the middle of the picture! I have lived in this house for 22 years and never seen it before. But it's a matter of being in the right spot to catch the right angle.
Here is a close-up of it:
On one of our walks this week I found a really good heart rock.
Here is one from my archives.
Years ago we saw this rock formation on an island, Måløy, off the north western coast of Norway. Constant grinding ocean waves have given the rock this shape. This is amazing in it self, but even more amazing is the fact that I see 9 hearts on the rocks, and 2 in the ocean (1 big and 1 very small)!
Visit Clytie at Random Hearts for more heart warming photos.