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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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Autumn Muted

Lake in autumn

Radnor Reflections, October 20, 2011

Color this fall isn’t up to the saturation standards of last year, but I appreciate what we’ve got. Often, less is more.

Autumn Leaves

Autumn Leaves

Radnor Reflections, October 14, 2011

While I was trying to identify what tree these colorful leaves were growing on, my deer friend pointed out that the tree was completely leafless and the leaves were on a vine that was twisting its way up the trunk.  Clever collaboration!

An Uncloudy Day

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Lake View

Radnor Reflections, July 18, 2011

Lean to the Right

Tree trunks

Radnor Reflections, February 5, 2011

Trees look quite immovable, rooted as they are in the ground. The trees on the hillsides at Radnor Lake, however, are on the march down the hill to the lake below. It may be a desperate, but futile, attempt to escape being eaten by deer or chopped down by beaver. That’s silly. A tree cannot be desperate. Can it?

Tree Trunk Sampler

Tree trunks

Radnor Reflections, January 6, 2011

I love the ghostly sycamores weaving in and out of the background in this picture of tree trunks in winter at Radnor Lake. Snow added with an OnOne PhotoTools filter.