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Edge of the World


Radnor Reflections, December 14, 2011

The fog was so thick on our walk today that you could not see the other side of the lake. Eerie, and beautiful.


Bare Bones Beauty


Radnor Reflections, November 29, 2011

When I finally got back to walking this morning, after two weeks of sneezing and coughing, I found that there was nothing left of fall at Radnor. Not a trace. Wind and rain had stripped it of leaves and color. The thing is that it looks beautiful in a different way, and not at all like it has been on its death bed for the past two weeks. I should have been taking Radnocillin.

Suspended in Fog

Lake in fog

Radnor Reflections, November 13, 2011

I take a lot of pictures at this spot, where the dammed up Radnor Lake flows over the spillway and returns to its prior life as Otter Creek. Fog changed the looks of things on this particular morning. There was no sound, no movement, just peacefulness.


Canada Geese

Radnor Reflections, November 5, 2011

I don’t know why these geese would want to leave Radnor for any other place. I wanted to stay all day ¬†myself. They weren’t going quietly, that’s for sure.

In a Fog


Radnor Reflections

We were treated to this picture of gracefulness as we walked in yesterday’s early morning fog.

Flotilla in the Fog

Geese in the Lake

Radnor Reflections, October 4, 2011

The lake is warm and the morning air chilly. I like the result. Funny, I don’t remember ever finding any Canada Goose honking ringtones. Not that I want one.

Surface Tension


Radnor Reflections, October 3, 2011

There was a lot happening on the lake this morning, what with swarming bugs, swooping birds, jumping fish and fog rising into the cold air.