A Day In The Life


A Walk in the Park
February 29, 2008, 12:38 pm
Filed under: Nature, Seasons

The small, rural Arkansas town that I live near is fortunate enough to have two city parks. The newer of the two parks has tennis courts, baseball and softball fields and the public pool. The older park is ‘downtown’. This park is a beautiful, quiet place to walk and relax.

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The clock tower.

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That mesmerizing fountain.

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The bridge that separates the two duck ponds.

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The ducks.

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More ducks.

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And lovers in the gazebo.

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That was absolutely lovely. I especially like the shot of the lovers in the gazebo. Our duck pond park is in the process of being vacated by the HUGE flocks of geese that took it over this winter. Pretty reminders of spring on the way.

Thanks.

Comment by myanderings

Very picturesqe. A few years ago, we received the ok to dam up crooked creek and create a “lake”. It’s pretty, but not as pretty as your parks.

Comment by Betty

Sweet – lovers in the gazebo.

That is one nice thing about small towns. The parks are all lovely places to go and relax. Unfortunately – once the town start getting bigger those parks lose their “tranquility” and you have to worry about who is really in the bushes.

Comment by Karmyn R

I wish I could find all my pre-tornado park photos.

Nice duck butts!

I need to watch for you and your camera – you are becoming quite the stalker!

Comment by Tiggerlane

Great pics of a very nice park.

Comment by Nekked Lizard Lady




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