Friday, October 28, 2016

Fall at Radnor Lake


Where do you go when you need to be out in nature. Here in Nashville there are several lakes you can visit. I live right off Old Hickory Lake. I enjoy seeing the wildlife flying in and out as I come and go throughout the week. In south Nashville sits beautiful Radnor Lake, surrounded by gently rolling hills and woodlands. Today I walked along the East side of the lake on an old paved road listening for the birds and watching the water for wildlife. I found a spot where the foliage was not so dense and captured this image of the beautiful Fall leaves. I especially like the reflections of the trees in the water in this image.


After crossing the path over the dam, I made my way to the West side of the lake. As I walked the dirt trail, I heard a rustling in the leaves. A Chipmunk was scampering around looking for something to munch on. It was the perfect day for a walk with temps in the low 80's and no humidity. Soon these days will be gone with cold Winter breezes blowing over a barren landscape. But for now it's just beautiful and warm. Tennessee is predicted to be at peak Fall foliage all next week. I hope I can get out and take a few more images before Winter officially knocks on our door. ENJOY!

4 comments :

  1. beautiful reflections of the autumn colors.

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  2. I'm glad you've discovered these beautiful places in TN, Carol. Walking by water in fall beauty is always a treat. Hard to believe your temps are still in the 80's!

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  3. Did my comment vanish? Love that reflection with a little movement in the water. and beautiful autumn colours.

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  4. Such beautiful locations. looking forward to seeing more.

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