It is that time of year again. After a new member of our church brought her "hearts" to our congregation a few years ago, it has become a tradition for the women (and men) of the church to make hundreds of hearts each year. These hearts then appear through out our extended community at various people's homes and the town gazebo, etc. And each year several women who give generously of their time to the the community are "honored" with some hearts. Yesterday I helped deliver the hearts to these women and took several pictures (hopefully to get one in the paper). Usually the hearts are put in a tree or on a porch railing, but when we spied this hay rake in the yard we knew where the hearts belonged. The woman lives on a hill in a log cabin and it seemed so "vermonty". Nikkor 17-55mm@17, f20, 1/60 sec.