Friday, 14 February 2014

Harvesting Hearts

Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.
14th Dalai Lama

Time to harvest some hearts.

First of all, some monochrome hearts. This is one of my favourites, spotted by our son in a manhole in Donegal. So romantic!

A foot print in the Jardin du Luxembourg.

Another romantic one, a chewing gum heart.

A weeping heart.

Now for a little colour. A giant love lock. I'm curious to know what the barcode would reveal. 'Made in China' perhaps?

A surprise heart inside a butternut squash.

Mosaic hearts hidden within a mosaic work of art up in Belleville, Paris.

A simple pink heart.

A bold pink heart at the end of the Villa des Tulipes, Paris.

Small red hearts.

Bigger red hearts.

A bold multicoloured heart in the Stravinsky Fountain by the Pompidou Centre.

The same heart viewed from the other side...a beautiful rich red.

Heart gathering ventures from previous years can be found here.

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