Searching for Signs of Love

February 14, 2013 10 Comments »

A couple kisses in St. Mark's square Venice

A couple kisses in St. Mark’s square Venice


“Those that go searching for love, only manifest their own loveless-ness. And the loveless never find love, only the loving find love. And they never have to seek for it.” –D.H. Lawrence

I’ve never really went out searching for love, and I’ve certainly never sat around waiting for it. My theory in life is to just live the life you want and love will find you. However in my travels I do search for signs of love. Throughout the year in various corners of the world I find them – signs of love. Some are obvious, and some are hidden. And there are a few that I think are messages potentially sent for me personally to remind me of the ones I love who remain in place while I’m in continuous motion around the globe.

Here were my finds from the last year of searching for signs of love…Happy Valentine’s Day!

A heart made out of bottle caps in Berlin

A heart made out of bottle caps in Berlin

heart in the clouds

Look closely for this one – a heart shaped opening in the clouds in Torres Del Paine Chile

The look of love in Buenos Aires

The look of love – tango in Buenos Aires

Cucumber heart

A cucumber heart graces my sandwich

Love me plea in nyc

A plea for love in New York City

A gourd in Turkey shows some love

A gourd in Turkey shows some love

Loving Antarctica

It’s never too cold for love

heart toilet paper

Love in strange places….

A little love in my coffee

A little love in my coffee

Love stuck in time

Love stuck in time along the Camino de Santiago in Spain



I do love sushi

I do certainly love sushi – and apparently it loves me back! Lanai, Hawaii

Graffiti heart Buenos Aires

Graffiti heart in Buenos Aires


See last year’s Valentine post with hearts from around the world – I Heart Photography

Do you have a favorite?

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