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A combo image shows the heart-shaped trees near the Kawarau Falls in New Zealand.
The crew of a rescue helicopter flying over the woods near Kawarau Falls in New Zealand uncovered a group of heart-shaped trees in a small forest.
The unusual discovery, dubbed 'Heart of the Forest', is circulating on social media after the images were posted by helicopter chief Mark Tiny Cannell.
It was discovered that a man named Wayne Barnes made this work as a romantic gesture to his wife Rosie.
It was not immediately clear if Wayne or his wife were still around.
The heart is made in deciduous trees that turn reddish brown in the fall.
The heart reminds one of the man-made heart-shaped lake in Dubai.
Dubai Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum unveiled an unusual man-made lake in Dubai.
The water body can be seen at Al Qudra Lakes in the emirate.
Whoever’s idea it was, it must have won the heart. An effort of such magnitude never goes unnoticed.
As Phil Collins puts it, “Love can make you do things that you never thought possible...”
Sheikh Mohammed hoped that this beautiful girl would now happily play with her peers and live a normal life.
Courtney said, 'This guy stood up the whole 6 hours so his wife could sleep. Now THAT is love.'
His versatile personality and vocals made him a star overnight.
The Wellington Indian Association is a community organisation that was established in 1925 to foster Indian culture for Indians in Wellington. The association organised a cultural event which had officers from The New Zealand Police College dance to Bollywood numbers.
The video showed the security personnel rushing in just in time to save the woman after she lost balance and fell on the platform.
The media said that the device was dismantled and defused by a bomb disposal squad.
“With Saudi Arabia, we have made commitments towards Lebanon: to work together, to support reforms, to enable the country to emerge from the crisis and preserve its sovereignty,” Macron said on Twitter.
The project, which extends eight kilometres along Ras Al Khor Road, runs from the intersection of the Dubai-Al Ain Road to the junction of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road.