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Nova Scotia Photograph - The Willows Of Grand Pre by George Cousins

The Willows Of Grand Pre is a photograph by George Cousins which was uploaded on May 10th, 2012.

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I just want to sit under that willow, meditate a while, then have a lazy afternoon nap...

George Cousins replied:

Hmmm.you must have been peeking..that's what we were doing too!! Thanks Brenda!

Beautiful George V

George Cousins replied:

Thanks John, been going there for years and always loved those magnificent trees.

A wow factor on this one, George! Love your depth and perspective of this scenic wonder! The willows are weeping and splendidly captured, and the sheen of the water is absolute! Very well done my friend, and thanks much for sharing, You get the big, "Elvis" F/V on this beauty!

George Cousins replied:

Thanks for this wonderful critique Randy. It is a place for quiet meditation and remembering the people whose lives were torn asunder by the deportation. Eventually some of them returned and they have a strong sense of heritage today.