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Shelbyville’s Tina Corley looks for peaceful places to eat lunch during her travels, and on Friday, she captured a very touching moment in the lives of two senior citizens at the Stone Bridge Park here in Fayetteville.
“In my work, I travel, and it’s no big deal for me to capture unique moments along the way, but this one is truly inspirational,” Corley wrote on her Facebook page after posting the photo Friday.
“Today, it was a lovely shade tree at a park in Fayetteville,” she wrote. “I captured this priceless moment of a couple appearing to be in their 80s sitting side by side on a park bench. Whatever their story, I just know it’s filled with love!”
Corley posted the photo on her Facebook page and people started reposting it, hoping to find out the identity of the anonymous couple.
“They seemed to think this photo would be a moment that this couple and their family might like to preserve, and it was suggested that I submit it to The Elk Valley Times as a story of public interest,” she said.
If you know the identity of the couple pictured, please contact The Times at 433-6151.
“With all that is going on in our world, it seems that we are all hungry for a glimmer of hope; this couple exemplifies all the hope in the world,” Corley said. “It’s reassuring to see that someone got it right! May God bless this precious couple in their continued journey together.”