I was born on Valentines Day. Everywhere I go and in almost everything I do the heart symbol has been a recurring theme.
Childishly pinging an elastic band at my husband, the band landed on the table between us in the shape of a heart.
Graffiti on the streets of Israel.
Another wood chopping revelation from tree surgeon extraordinaire Ben.
Dessert at our very special friends' wedding reception.
Moss clinging to the side of a rock in Glen Rosa.
Slate heart found on Brodick beach at the foot of Goat Fell.
A small leaf stuck to a roll of tape.
My risotto is usually good, but a pinch of love adds flavour - random rice grain!
I found these beautiful heart leaves on a beach in Dumfries & Galloway.
Whilst moving the garden furniture this very wee leaf fell from the table.
I found this rose petal on the back door step one summer morning.
Whilst sailing around Cephalonia, my husband and I swam ashore and sat on the waterline. On a beech full of pebbles, this one was between us.
Amazing what you find chain sawing a log, courtesy of my wonderful Dad.
Someone else out walking in the Tyrol region of Austria was also feeling the love that day.
Southerness lighthouse, Dumfries.
Glen Rosa and Cir Mhor.
A lot of love goes into my home-made bread. Discovered this air hole in the centre.
The Berlin East-side Gallery.
The balcony rail at a hotel in Schladming, Austria, had hearts cut out along its length.
A heart just popped up out of a cafe con leche in Galacia, Spain. It made it taste even better!
Cutting through a block of wood, I found this.
Heart rock on sandstone.
The heart of a red onion.
The genuine result of a puncture to our camping stove box.
A whole lot of love in Arran - Lochranza Castle.