This Week at the Lake – 36/52

So here’s a first for my Radnor Lake project! I was at the lake for the sunrise last Saturday and I actually saw 3 beavers swimming around near the shore. I watched one of them eat, then I took this shot of one that swam close to me. I think that’s when they realized I was there because the started swimming in circles and hitting their tails on the water.

I got a few other shots early that morning:

After that, I met up with a few people from the Nashville Photography Meetup Group as well as a few people I met in the Radnor Lake Group on flickr. Half way around the lake, we had a Red Tailed hawk fly right by us! He landed in a tree a ways away. When we caught up to him, he took off chasing a bird:
This is the best I could get this time. Before this project is through I’m going to get a good shot of one of these hawks…

I little while later, we spotted this barred owl:

(Thanks to Scott, aka Mugmar for the extra reach on this shot. He let me borrow his 100-400 for a few minutes)

Other shots from later in the week:

And that’s it for the week!

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4 responses

  1. Wonderful shots Malcolm! Sorry I missed everyone, but I’m directionally challenged. This was my first visit there and I loved it. Hard to believe how beautiful it is there.

    November 13, 2010 at 8:42 am

  2. brandontomlin

    Love all your shots from Radnor. I’ve only been out there once and keep meaning to go again and have yet to make it……Maybe next weekend 🙂 Your squirrel photo from last week makes me smile. What a little cutie patootie pie he was.

    November 13, 2010 at 6:39 pm

  3. And for the record…I forgot to sign out of my sons account. Brandon= Son = Donna lol

    November 13, 2010 at 6:41 pm

    • Haha! Thanks for clearing that up, it does look funny for “Brandon” to be saying cutie patootie!

      November 13, 2010 at 6:54 pm

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