There’s a forest in Argentina in the shape of a guitar that’s been tended for many years by a now 70-year old farmer as a tribute to his wife, Graciela, who died in 1977 at the young age of 25. I simply can’t look at this masterpiece without imagining his heartbreak, can you?

Even more crushing is the view from Google Earth. It’s almost like he wants it to be seen from the heavens…

P.S. — To me, memory gardens are one of the most beautiful, long-lasting remembrances to honor loves lost. There’s just something about gardening that’s good for the heart, don’t you think? Tell me: Have you ever planted one?