This Week at the Lake – 43/52

I can’t believe I haven’t taken a shot of this house yet. This is the original house on the lake property. It sits up on a little hill and overlooks the lake. No one lives there now but it is used by the park rangers.

I rented a Canon 7d for the week from Lensrentals.com, so all shots this week were taken with that camera. It’s really a great camera, I enjoyed using it this week.

I stopped by Radnor Lake on Tuesday, shortly after getting the camera. I had to try out the HDR:

There was still some snow on the ground from middle Tennessee’s Christmas snow.

My next chance to get to the lake came on Thursday morning.

I stood at that spot for 15-20 minutes hoping for some color and light. When I finally decided to go a little further down the trail, I turned around and saw:

He was so close to the path and so close to where I was standing but I never noticed! I was able to get within about 10 feet of him:

Grabbed this one on the way back to the car:

And that’s it for the week!

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One response

  1. Pamela

    Beautiful! Looks like you had a good visit. I saw my last Barred Owl by accident too…just happened to look up and there he was. Glad to see you enjoyed your “temporary” new toy! 🙂

    January 1, 2011 at 9:42 am

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