Big (like small) is always relative…
…and, subject to one’s perspective! Though the tower and power lines above, may be considered an ugly intrusion, the electricity they conduct safely across large swaths of terrain provide safety, warmth and light to many homes and businesses.
To those who regularly fish the oceans and rivers for BIG fish, this one may seem like small fry. To me, this lake trout (Mackinaw) is the biggest I’ve caught in a long time!
How big is this nest?
Featured in the front yard of a home in Portland, this folk-art is large enough for two or three small children or one adult to nestle into. Dandelions provide relative scale!
On its own, this could be “any old egg.” In my hand it is clearly, “one big egg!” Found on the beach, the underside is broken where a Bald Eagle chick emerged.
The eagle egg shell was discovered here, on Long Beach, WA. Many of the photos I’ve taken at Long Beach fail to give a sense of how big it is! In this one from my archives, the two women rushing to greet one another in the distance, give us a sense of scale.
WOW! An eagle egg?!?! Now that’s something special!!
It’s an amazing feeling when something like this happens! A gift from nature!!
I enjoyed this exploration of perspective! The huge nest, the eagles egg, your fish … the women on the beach… the flower beside the towers…all noteworthy 🙂
Thanks, Janice! So much of life is “relative” !
I really enjoyed all your photos reflecting on size. Wonderful snap of you with the big fish. ❤
Though I rarely post photos of me, this challenge was a great invitation!
Love the excellent perspectives – and an eagle egg? Found on Long Beach? Beautiful but weird!
In last week’s Lens-Artists Challenge, the photos I featured of Eagles were all taken on the shore or in the adjoining dunes of Long Beach, WA – USA!