March 1, 2017

Heart Bombs 2017: Flying Solo

  • By: Jared Foretek
Skidmore Hall in Saratoga Springs, New York.

photo by: Katie Rocque

Katie Rocque showed some love for Skidmore Hall in Saratoga Springs, New York. "This building is an anchor to the historic downtown campus, which reminds us of all the great history Skidmore has provided to the Saratoga community over the years," she wrote.

With so many amazing heart bombing events going on around the country, we have to feature them in batches. Yesterday, we highlighted some super creative signs, and tomorrow we'll show off some of the great group projects we've seen. But today we're showcasing everyone that took it upon themselves to show the love (at least in their pictures).

Below, check out some of the great solo shots from 2017's heart bomb events.

Black Horse Inn in Morristown, Ohio

photo by: Pam McCort

Budding preservationist Zoe helped heart bomb the Black Horse Inn in Morristown, Ohio. Pam McCort called the project "a preservation success story in the works."

All in a day's work with @coreyfb #iheartsavingplaces #heartbomb #thisplacematters #valentines

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#IHeartSavingPlaces #wilkinsburg #goodallover #preservationpalove #ypatopten #thisplacematters

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"Mary Lincoln felt at peace here." #happyvalentinesday #IHeartSavingPlaces #🎩 #❤️

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#heartbombsea selfie #savekeyarena #thisplacematters

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Because it's Valentine's Day. And Oregon's birthday! (St. John's Bridge)

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Jared Foretek is an editorial intern at the National Trust. He enjoys historic train stations, old bars, and interesting public spaces.

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