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A Heron's Cry

Heron’s cry
Stabs the darkness

– Basho


AP Hits the PNW

The Art Department and I were wandering around Radnor Lake in Nashville when we decided to break park regulations and follow the call of a Pileated Woodpecker into the forest. 879 more words

Northern Cardinal

Autumn Owl and Fungi

It’s been a balmy, damp Fall here in Tennessee. And even if the wildlife isn’t forthcoming during a hike, there is always something beautiful to revel in, like these mushrooms that almost seem to glow in the dimmed light. 16 more words

Macro Fall Colors...

Yesterday morning I went out for a walk through Radnor Lake State Park and of course I brought my camera.  I started out capture images of the sunrise and the fog on the lake, but my attention was distracted by a single leaf with blazing colors caught in the grey tendrils of a bush which had already gone bare. 176 more words


It is Present Everywhere

“It is present everywhere.
There is nothing it does not contain.
However only those who have previously
planted wisdom seeds will be able
to continuously see it.”

– Dogen


Nashville Five /// Civil Twilight

My most recent, and frankly only, experience with South Africa has been a recent obsession with South African flavored potato chips. They are sold at Trader Joe’s for $2.99 a bag and have a flavor that is indescribably mysterious. 502 more words

Nashville Five

Heaven Trails

I am so thankful for these gorgeous trails we get to walk upon. It’s such ecstasy to feast your eyes upon the refreshing Forrest greens with blooming flowers framing the trails and sunlight turning leaves into heaven smiles for your soul. 85 more words