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Walking With Eagles is a collection of original poems and photographs by Lindy Low Le Coq. A lifelong naturalist, amateur photographer and bird enthusiast, Lindy’s verse, composition and photographs open a window into the essence of her subjects. Her poems and photography reflect the rich natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest.
Bald Eagles mature over the course of five years. Walking With Eagles invites the reader to take a poetic and visual tour of this odyssey.
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~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #235: Shadows and Reflections in Monochrome ~
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A beautiful collection, Lindy – keepers all over. It is difficult to have favourites…but Wilson’s Snipe is so serene and the stormy one afterwards is a beauty of sorts. The natural sepia is glorious too. I have to scroll back to sweet Jello, our companion on the blog as well. I understand if you are missing Jello, I think we are too.
Oh Leya, every time I scroll back through my archives I find photos of Jello that make my heart ache. She was such a gem. Max and Daisy are much more of a challenge though I love them too! So glad you enjoyed the photos in my post. It is always wonderful to hear from you.
Thank you, Lindy! Yes, we all have our sorrows, but also new friends in our lives. It is great to have photos and memories!
Beautiful in B&w! Excellent selections. Love the last image especially.
Thank you, Amy. Dear Jello – what a gem of a beagle!
Outstanding. Oh…sweet Jello. What a precious memory and how lucky she lived her life as your companion on the beach walks. I loved all the photos. The beach photo without any editing is something we all strive for, so what a great place to have it land for all of us to see. I loved the Snipe. And wow to capture the detail in the sand in your ‘Dune Runes’ is fantastic. To think, when we leave things untouched, they often do the most beautiful things. Great post
Thank you for the high praise, Donna! You can see more of my ‘Rune’ photos by clicking on Dune Runes in the top menu bar. I’m so glad you enjoyed my choices!
Some wonderful images this week Lindy. I especially liked the dunes and your little Jello.
Thank you, Tina. I almost didn’t post the Dune Rune thinking “it’s not dramatic enough.” Then again, that’s part of its attraction – simple and direct. Every time I scroll through my archives I see photos of Jello that make my heart ache. This time I decided it was okay to post her wonderful self, reflection and shadow!
Great photos, all. The first is my fave.
Thank you, John. The Pacific storm surges are really dramatic around here! Glad you like the post.