If you didn't heart surfing before, you're bound to after seeing this amazing picture.
Chad Wells, 45, shot the wave forming a heart shape as it broke while he trained on Seal Beach in California earlier this year.
It was one of three shots he managed to snap as the wave unfolded on the sea's surface.
According to the Daily Mail, Chad said: "I like this photo because of the unique heart shape. It was a special wave, and every shot in the three I shot on this wave were keepers."
Chad is the team manager for Quiksilver Surf and works with athletes in the US while also taking amazing pictures.
Seal Beach is a city in Orange County, California.
It sits on the coast as the gateway to Orange County between the cities of Long Beach and Huntington Beach. With a population of 25,098, Seal Beach celebrates its 95th anniversary in October 2010.
The main beach provides one mile of white sandy beaches attracting nearly one million tourists per year. Surfside beach provides an additional three-quarters of a mile of sand, plus there is a private golf course and seven tennis courts along with l3 public parks to be explored by tourists.
Love surfing pics? Back in 2012, an amazing photo of a surfer at the end of a rainbow wowed audiences so much it won Surfer Magazine's Photo of the Year contest.
More than 13,000 votes were cast altogether, and Zak Noyle's photo, which captured a rare moment at Tehupoo, Tahiti, was the clear winner.
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