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Happy Valentine's Day! Here are some naturally-occurring heart shapes


Cheryl Santa Maria
Digital Reporter

Friday, February 14, 2014, 7:35 PM -

In honour of Valentine's Day, we've put together a collection of naturally-occurring heart shapes, as sent in by you.

Frozen heart

Uploaded to uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by Donald Jun Zhang, Richmond Hill, Ontario

Ice cold heart

Uploaded to uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by Kathy Newman, Vernon, B.C.

Total eclipse of the heart?

Uploaded to uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by Mike Anthony, Robert's Arm, Newfoundland and Labrador

Barking up the right tree

Uploaded to uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by Liz Corbett, Erin, Ontario

I heart tomatoes

Uploaded to uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by fisherwife, Powell River, Ontario

My bleeding heart

Uploaded to uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by murphyclouds_2005, Red Bank, New Brunswick

Autumn love

Uploaded to uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by Vila Woo, Montréal, Quebec

Love on the rocks

Uploaded to uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by Irena Kerr, Arnprior, Ontario

A hydrangea with a lot of heart

Uploaded to uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by Claude Robitaille, Dee Bank, Ontario

It's a bird, it's a plane ....

Uploaded to uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by Sarah McKenzie , Courtenay, B.C.


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