Valentine’s Day 2011 celebrated by Google Doodle

By on Feb 14, 2011 in Internet, Lifestyle Comments

Google, like most couples who are now enjoying their Valentine’s date, is also celebrating Valentine’s Day 2011, as Google Doodle replaces the logo with a change of heart, but not with a broken one though.

As shown in the screenshot below, G-o-o-g-l-e was arranged in such a way that ‘Love’ can easily be read, with the first ‘o’ being replaced by a red heart, which symbolizes romance for this day.

By clicking on the logo at Google’s homepage, millions of searches related to Valentine’s Day will appear, including Valentine’s Day messages and sweet quotes .

Apparently, this Google Doodle Valentine’s Day has been an annual tradition since 2005, except in 2006 when Valentine’s Day coincided with the Olympics and Google have chosen to celebrate the popular sports fest instead.

But in 2010, Google decided to celebrate both occasions in one logo.

Valentine’s Day 2011 Google Doodle
Photo credit: Google.com


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