While you thought love is always in the air, nature knows how to play contradictory by showing off on the earth as well. It is like God’s way of telling us that he loves us more with even bigger hearts that we can ever think of. This spot displays an ideograph of “heart” that in our world symbolizes love and holds deep emotions. This patch of mangrove is nestled in Voh, New Caledonia in Pacific Ocean, Brazil.
Indeed, it has been naturally formed without any interference of the humans. It was first noticed by an International journalist, French Photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand. It was brought to the world’s attention and gained much fame when he showcased this spectacular picture in his famous photographic book entitled “Earth from Above.” This is the book that displayed a collection of numerous alluring landscapes worldwide, taken from helicopters and hot-air balloons.
We leave you with some more pictures of our wonderful world depicting hearts in nature.
A heart-shaped coral reef in Australia
Wave of love: The Tupai Island in French Polynesia
Pine-ing for love: A forest on the edge of Lake Walchen in the Bavarian Alps, Germany
Heart-shaped cave etched by wind and water on face of Ayers Rock
Heart-shaped rock at Joshua Tree National Park. Photo: Michael Dorausch
Heart-shaped Salina (Salina do Coração)