ESA revealed an impressive satellite photo of a heart-shaped geographic formation in the mountains of southern Bolivia.
The beautiful photo was taken by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite last month and was presented by ESA on Valentine's Day.
ESA explained: “The highlands are part of the Altiplano, which means Alto Plateau, a region that extends for almost 1000 km from Peru to Bolivia.
“The landscape consists of a series of basins located about 3500 m above sea level and is the most extensive plateau area on Earth, outside Tibet.
“This specific area presented here is a transition between the desert in the west and the rainforest in the east. The heart-shaped formation has been shaped by many layers of different geological formations over time.
"The many streams and rivers visible in this image also contributed to the formation of the landscape as we see it today."
The image was processed by selecting spectral bands that can be used to classify geological features, resulting in a rainbow effect on the heart.
ESA added: “Satellites, like the Copernicus Sentinel-2, allow us to capture beautiful images like these from space, but also to monitor changing places on Earth.
“Flying 800 km above, satellites control the pulse of our planet, visualizing and systematically measuring the changes that occur, which is particularly important in regions that are difficult to access.
"This allows informed decisions to be made to help protect our world for future generations and for all citizens who inhabit our beloved Earth."
Happy Valentine's Day!