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Country Creek

Country Creek

Around my neck of the woods there are lots of country creeks, many of them run right behind the near by homes. I don’t have one that runs through my backyard, but oh…….wouldn’t that be nice, as long as the house is on high ground. I don’t like house flooding on rainy days,  if you know what I mean.

Watercolor Painting on 140 lb. watercolor paper.

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  1. Nice reflections in this one. Country creeks can be desirable as long as you’re on high ground like you say.

  2. This is a beautiful and peaceful scene, Debbie. I can imagine the insect and bird sounds and the slow rustle of leaves in the breeze.

    • I just love the way you put yourself into a painting, Leslie. It is one of the lessons that I have learned from you to do while I paint, that is, if remember to do it. Thank you so much for your lovely comment!

  3. Another peaceful painting. I, too, love the reflections in the water.

  4. Thanks Carol!
    Good to see you after your long week of work, and thanks for commenting!

  5. Raven of Leyla

     /  January 3, 2012

    Most Beautiful indeed!!! 😀

  6. I agree It would be so nice to have a creek right out the back yard. So beautiful, you captured it all so well I can almost feel i’m there.
    Nikki x

    • Wouldn’t it be so nice, Though? I’d love a creek right out back…I’d be out there all the time.
      Thanks Nikki!
      Love and Hugs, Deb xx


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