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Spring departing
Birds cry
tears in the eyes of fish
– Basho



Dharma Talk: The Flood and The Heart Tree

In this talk I share my experiences from the Nashville flood of 2010, how it devastated Radnor Lake and how the lake recovered. From a larger perspective, I explore the question of how we proceed when a tree falls into our path, or when the path is flooded beyond recognition. 13 more words


Dark Morning at Radnor Lake...

In between the rain storms yesterday, I spent an hour so shooting at Radnor Lake State Park. I skipped the normal trails around the lake in favor of the lesser used trail down to the Valve House. 129 more words



A walk through Radnor Lake State Natural Area here in Nashville always provides a beautiful respite from our less than natural environs of day to day life. 141 more words


Radnor Lake provides serene alternative to city life in Nashville

Tucked away 15 minutes from downtown Nashville, the picturesque and peaceful Radnor Lake helps Nashvillians escape the bustling city.

Tennessee is known for its unpredictable weather, and the Saturday I visited… 395 more words


A Kinglet Among Birds

Kinglets are among the most active of woodland birds, which translates into being difficult to photograph! I have been trying to capture one of the Golden-crowned Kinglets at Radnor Lake for quite some time. 53 more words

A Heron's Cry

Heron’s cry
Stabs the darkness

– Basho