A photographer friend of mine once sent me a photo of a cactus from a dessert in the southwest (U.S.) that was perfectly in the shape of a heart, and he didn’t digitally manipulate it as he didn’t know how to use Photoshop let alone even knew what Photoshop was so it was simply a beautiful photo of this heart-shaped cactus. Since then, I notice heart shapes in nature.
How could I not post about this stunning heart photograph? This aerial photo taken above New Caledonia, an overseas French Territory in the Pacific (Southwest) Islands, is by photographer, Yann Arthus Bertrand. It’s a semi-aquatic swamp forest (called a Mangrove) that has naturally created a heart! He’s taken aerial photos from all over the world and has posted them on his website, where he offers them as desktop wallpaper, which is nice since most people will never get that same perspective and will have to live vicariously through his aerials.
He’s also taken beautiful photos of farmers with their animals in France. They are amazing. You can see that cows, particularly the white Charolais breed found mostly in my neck of the woods in Burgundy, are HUGE!
Visit his website: Yann Arthus Bertrand
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