Fawns at Dawn – Hiking Radnor Lake 2021

I enjoyed walking a few miles around Radnor Lake recently, and loved the wildlife in the surrounding forest. Deer, birds, chipmunks, squirrels, and turtles were aplenty so if you have a chance to visit Radnor Lake, do it! The fawns are just so adorable. Photos are included below, and you can also find a few of these available for purchase (the little deers nodded at me, deer language equal to signing a photo release) on my FineArtAmerica photography page, click here. I don’t take your time for granted, so thanks in advance for checking out all the photography I have there!

On this walk, I also met a very talented artist (JoEllen Thatcher) finishing up a portrait of a heron perched on a branch – the heron was perched, not JoEllen 🙂 – just above the lake surface. Take a look below, and check out her work (JoEllen’s work, not the heron’s) on Facebook, Instagram, and her website.

OK, here are a few of my photos from this recent nature walk!

Thanks for stopping by…

-Out of the Wilderness

Published by Ben Wilder

Since 2005, I've called Nashville home. I'm the leader of the pack, which includes an 11-year-old beagle and a 9-year-old blue heeler mix. My days include writing, video editing, dog boarding, and other fun activities. Thanks for checking out my blog, I hope you enjoy it!

4 thoughts on “Fawns at Dawn – Hiking Radnor Lake 2021

  1. Your photography is outstanding. I envy your lifestyle!!
    I attach a link that’s the total opposite of your love for nature and the value of wildlife. This is the kind of disgusting thing they value. It is despicable as are all who indulge in the evil carnage.

    https://www.land.com/owning/wildlife/austin-trophy-whitetails/?cm_ven=ExactTarget&cm_cat=L21_2_IssueRelease&cm_pla=All+Subscribers&cm_ite=https%3a%2f%2fwww.land.com%2fowning%2fwildlife%2faustin-trophy-whitetails%2f&cm_lm=cactus85@aol.com&cm_ainfo=&&&&&

      1. I don’t blame you, Ben. It disturbed me. I wanted to make the contrast for those who don’t realize the kind of
        evil creatures that are out there destroying God’s beautiful and helpless wildlife for trophies and money.
        Thank you for sharing all the lovely things you see around you. They are so up-lifting.

      2. Sorry, I just saw this message for some reason! You’re welcome, and thank you for checking out my posts!!! I am always happy to see when you’ve made a comment 🙂

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