Looking Through the Willows

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When Betsy and I were dating, and even after we were married, we used to meet in Nashville’s Centennial Park during my lunch hour.  During those times we often walked around Watauga Lake in the park.  When we went back to Centennial to celebrate our anniversary, we once again walked around the lake.

The painting above shows the lake through the branches of a weeping willow tree on the bank of the lake.  The picture on which this painting was based is shown below.

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2 Responses to “Looking Through the Willows”

  1. Maple Lane Says:

    Such a pretty place to walk. We once had a weeping willow tree and it was always so bright green in early Spring and I loved to see the branches flow in the wind.

  2. Karin Says:

    That is a very pretty place for romance to flourish! Both of these look like photos to me though and not like a painting!

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