Welcome to Radner Lake State Park nestled in the center of Nashville, TN. It is a park that was originally created not as a park but as a way to provide water for the steam locomotives that moved coal mined in TN. It later became a park that all the citizens of Nashville could enjoy by walking the various trails in the 1368 acre park. Wildlife abounds and you will see deer roaming the area if you are lucky. There are 6 trails in this park. The area is protected as a class II Natural Area. The pictures were shot using a Canon 6D MK II equipped with an f4 24mm - 105 Lens. This range of zoom is my favorite and most of my landscape photography is done using this range of zoom. As you look through the images you might think that there are duplicates but if you look carefully you will notice subtle differences. I always appreciate comments and hope you can enjoy a little piece of Nashville even if you can't be here.
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