Flickr video – Nashville’s Richland Creek rapids

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This morning there were some fairly severe storms in the Nashville area. The typically placid Richland Creek in the Nashville community of Belle Meade was cresting its banks when I drove across the Jackson Boulevard bridge around 1 p.m., local time. I thought some video of the creek may make an interesting first experiment with Flickr’s new video-hosting feature. (Note: The 1:14 video was shot with a Canon PowerShot TX1.)