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Edge of the World

Fog

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.

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Danger ahead!

Branches in water

Radnor Reflections, December 11, 2011

I love to follow the little dramas that occur around the lake. Although it looks like the climax of this story is imminent, it’s really just a freeze frame.

Autumn Winds Down

Autumn Lakescape

Radnor Reflections, November 15, 2011

The face of Radnor is changing fast. Soon there will be snow, which has never been my favorite weather condition until I enjoyed its beauty at Radnor.

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.

Pot of Gold

Autumn lakescape

Radnor Reflections, November 4, 2011

We hit the jackpot on our walk on this day!

Comin’ Around the Mountain

Lakescape

Radnor Reflections, October 31, 2011

It was all treats, no tricks, at Radnor on this Halloween morning.

Shore to Shore

Lake View

Radnor Reflections, October 28, 2011

It’s raining today, but earlier in the week the lake looked like this. Rain is good, however, since I spread grass seed in my so-called yard yesterday. ┬áMore like a barren, dirt pile. Plant Expert Deer says I need to plant ironweed and wild senna and asters, and….anything but the grass, which refuses to grow!!! I’ll have to move over to my longer Three Dog blog in order to fully disclose my displeasure with my non-yard. I try to restrict my Radnor blog to under a million words!