Radnor Lake in Nashville is a beautiful little place most of the time. The hills south of Nashville form an 85 acre lake that was once the private preserve of L&N Railroad executives. Today it is a State Natural Area open to the public. The only caveat being that visitors have to live within the a set of voluminous rules that prevent most of the activities normally associated with a state recreation area.
Be that as it may, the area is a wonderful place for photographers with plenty of wildlife, birds, trees, and water. A couple of photographs of the area are included below and there are dozens more on This Page of my web site.