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  • Iiris Harju

    Weeping Willow Canal, Clitunno, Italy; photo by rickydavid

  • Suzanne Michele

    peaceful and still. water trees + sweet sweet quiet

  • Alison Carmel

    Yes, wooden boats, we will do. Rivers and lakes too!

  • Erica M. Frey

    Ohh... I even love the name of this peaceful place. Weeping Willow Canal, Clitunno, Italy

  • michel

    calm waters rickydavid download free desktop wallpaper

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Ice on a weeping willow tree. - Beautiful landscape

**lucky photographer, to live in such a beautiful place** "Photographers usually to take their best shot plan long trips to amazing locations. I personally believe that earth's beauty is everywhere, we just need to open our eyes and take a deeper look around us. This photograph was taken on Lake Maggiore, Italy, the place where I live." Location: Verbania,Lake Maggiore,Italy / Photo and caption by Riccardo Criseo. {National Geographic}

I want a weeping willow tree in my backyard one day. Willows grow fast! Beautiful by a stream or pond.

Venice, Italy. loved it! while visiting i had the song going thru my head "when the moom hits your eye like a big pizza pie it's amoure!" except jihn was working back in bergamo, so i did this lovely city on my own.

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Weeping Willow, Giverny -- I really want a willow in my yard. I dont think it will work out though with wanting a pool more. lol

“It is saying these things that keeps us from falling apart. And maybe by imagining these futures we can make them real, and maybe not, but either way we must imagine them. The light rushes out and floods in.” ― John Green, Paper Towns

And Jesus, walking by the Sea of Galilee, saw two brothers, Simon called Peter, and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea; for they were fishermen. Then He said to them, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.” They immediately left their nets and followed Him. ~ from Matthew 4

Oh what I would give to have a pond and weeping willow trees around a dream house... sigh