As the month of December grows near, and autumn turns to winter, the landscape in and around Nashville, Tennessee begins to change.
Digital Journal spent a recent Sunday morning observing the changing seasons in Nashville, Tennessee. As autumn moves towards winter, the brilliant fall colors on the trees begin to fade and the brisk winds rip the leaves from their perch, depositing them along the ground.
As the day began, the cold early morning air left a layer of frost to decorate the landscape. We took time to visit J. Percy Priest Lake, where evidence of the metamorphosis from one season to another was clearly visible.
Here are some of the sights we saw during our travels.