The pu er slim tea (Chinese pu er tea - Wiki) smiled and gave me a heart. This was mixture of some fruit, tea leaves, and I don't know what else. My Chinese is not good enough to understand all the herb and stuff.
February 25, 2011
This was a bamboo area in the largest park in Guangzhou, Yuexiu Park. While walking, my attention was caught by the Chinese characters. When I got closer, I saw the heart.
A cute one.
February 17, 2011
For a moment I thought I'm missing a heart for GH Thursday; I said to myself, well I can go through my photos and find one. I wanted to take the camera and see the photos I took the last few days and as I was standing up, the headphones cable wrapped around my legs, I threw it away angrily on the lap top...and then I smiled..A heart. At first I saw the small one. A second later, one more smile...one more heart, a bigger one. Yee haw!!!
Well, don't give up fellows ,ever!
I want to say a BIG thank you to Clytie again.
Visit Guest Heart Thursday to see wonderful hearts around the globe.
February 14, 2011
February 12, 2011
When I saw her photo on FB, I immediately recognized another heart-seeker.
She didn't know about my heart blog and was delighted to share this beautiful heart.
I'm sure they will find more hearts.
Thank you both.
~Happy Valentine'S Day D & P~
February 10, 2011
I noticed it from the top of the Eiffel Tower, but when I went down there, I couldn't recognise its shape. Just looked like a piece od land.
EDIT: Unfortunately it's not the real Paris.
EDIT 2: There is one more heart here. A bigger green one. Thank you, Inger pointing it out. The heart I saw was the smaller one, the light colored.
You can see the Shenzhen Park, Window of the World on my other blog.
There were lots of tourists taking picture here.
This lovely heart is dedicated for all those in love.
Happy Valentine's Day!