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Nashville, Day 3

“Oh, Dixie Land, I hope you understand, When I miss my Carolina Home, And I’ve been away way too long, I can’t see this world unless I go, Outside my Southern Comfort Zone.” – Brad Paisley…

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Tennessee Summer

The summer brings an oppressive, torrid hush over the wooded areas of Tennessee. Almost jungle-like, the only creatures present seem to be the incessantly droning cicadas and languidly flapping butterflies. 85 more words


My seasons change, unlike nature’s season, without warning and before I know it, past-times are gone and I find myself standing in a new place. I have learned that I don’t usually realize I’m in a new season until I vocalize my observation of the changes around me…and then it clicks. 1,136 more words


Aberrant Amble: A Non-Birder's Birding Adventure

What follows is a guest post from Mr. Stephen W. Holmes, President of the Board. (What board? Doesn’t matter. He’s Mr. President.) -Ed.

Aberrant Preamble… 1,906 more words


Landscape | Thinking About Forever

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Radnor Lake in Nashville, TN

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Forest Debris...

In New Orleans there is a restaurant called Mother’s.  This is not a nice restaurant, no fine dining and white table cloths here.  It is in the Central Business District and serves the lunch crowds of the downtown workers.   198 more words


Pause in the rain at Radnor Lake State Park...

It has been raining here for days, maybe weeks, and no end in sight when you look at the forecast.  I set my alarm for early this morning with the intent to go photograph at Radnor Lake State Park.   198 more words