BIG HEARTS IN NATURE!
Created by nature: Saxifrage Peak, BC. The photographer added, "The heart shaped 'Valentine Lake' in the foreground.
Created by man: Three heart-shaped ponds near the Halmstad City Airport, Sweden.
Heartshape, Mulvey Lake in British Columbia.
Heart-shaped meadow in South Gloucestershire, UK, created by farmer Winston Howes in honor of his late wife.
Heart Lake in the Juniku Mountains, Kosovo Alps.
"Love floats," the photographer called this heart-shaped iceberg. "At the least the white, cold and sharp kind does, rather aimlessly. The red, hot and smooth kind sinks directly into your heart. That's my guess, not that I know much about these things."
Twin hearts stone weir in Penghu, Taiwan. The photographer noted, "Sea rocks formed the double heart shape. It was used to be a traditional fishery facility. Its beauty is famous and fascinating, and really deserves a visit.
Aerial photograph of a small heart-shaped island at Port Chalmers showing the color banding of various bands of marine and terrestrial flora. Alaska, Prince William Sound, Port Chalmers area.
Heart-shaped lake in Braunschweig, Germany.
Bing Maps Bird's Eye view: Heart-shaped neighborhood in San Bruno California.
Queensland heart reef.
Bing Maps Bird's Eye view of a heart-shaped woods in Oare, Wiltshire, England. In 1999, Lady Keswick, owner of Oare House, had 1,000 Hawthorn trees planted in memory of her two brothers.
Heart Lake at Olympic National Park in Washington, one of the wildest places left in the USA.
Bing Maps Bird's Eye view: Upside-down view of heart-shaped woods outside of Kansas City, Missouri.
View from east side of Lago Gutiérrez, heart-shaped island on Gutierrez Lake, Patagonia, Argentina.
As seen in this satellite image of Auckland, New Zealand, Lake Pupuke is a heart-shaped freshwater lake occupying a volcanic explosion crater on North Shore City, North Island, New Zealand.
Polish side of the Tatras Mountains, smaller lake on the left with the shape of a heart.
Heart-shaped rock Abel Tasman, New Zealand.
Wikimapia stated, 'Coeur de Voh' is a French word meaning 'Heart Of Voh'. It is a natural large formation of mangrove vegetation that resembles a heart that can be seen only from above. It's well known for aerial shot, 'Heart of Voh' taken by French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand. As the heart is too big for you to see it at the ground level, you should have to ride a helicopter or climb a mountain in the background to see it. Voh is a small seaside town located in northwest of New Caledonia.
A heart-shaped lake in Austrian Alps.
Heart-shaped Salina (Salina do Coracao).
In Tibet, next to the 16,404 ft (5,000 m) Zhuo Yong Mountain is a heart-shaped lake called Zhuo Yong Cuo. Photo #21 by Catherine Huang
The Gaislacher See, Austria, below Gaislachkogel which is 10,026 ft (3056m). The photographer said, "Didn't make it into the water in the end, as upcoming clouds and wind prevented a bath at sub-10 C (14 F) water temperature."
29-acre heart-shaped island in Fiji, Tavarua Island resort.
Heart of Central Asia.
Bing Maps Bird's Eye view of heart-shaped pond in Columbia Hills Corners, Ohio.
Heart of the Airport. The photographer wrote, "Saw this heart shape formed by remaining rain water on the roof of a parking shade outside the Zurich Airport.
Mostly forested heart-shaped island as seen flying over the Orinoco river in Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela.