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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 #236: East Meets West ~
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Wonderful photos for this week’s theme 😀 😀
Thank you! Sometimes I just have to “keep it simple!”
The harmony in this whole post, photos and narration is beautiful. It was such a great way to navigate a look from east to west via the sun. And funny, as you felt you needed maybe travel to inspire you, pretty sure you brought us all to the same place. Different time, but same place. This beautiful earth we ALL call home. I loved the thoughts in this Lindy.
Thank you, Donna. I am also a writer, love to create poems. Sometimes it comes through in my descriptions. I appreciate your thoughts very much.
You are welcome.
Such a beautiful post, words and photos, for this theme! Inspiring, indeed! East meets west from where you are, love it! Thank you for joining in.
Thank you, Amy! It was fun to narrow my focus down to the sun.
Enjoyed your post! “quiet statement of nature’s inherent beauty” ☀️
Thank you! It took me a while to come up with the theme, then the rest came easily!
I wish you had a telephoto. It would let you get closer. You are limited by your machine.
I want to carry only one camera and I want it to be DSLR. With your prompt here, Creighton said I should look into what’s available, and I’ve started to look!
I hope you understand that I’m just trying to offer some hints. I think you’ve got a good eye. You may be a muscular shoveler, but you’ll do better with a big shovel than with a spade.
Gotcha! Always appreciate your feedback – it comes from a positive place 🙂
I’m glad you see that!
Great sunsets… rises… uhh… you know what I mean.
Yes, John. You and I are total sun addicts!
Lovely post Lindy. Personally I felt your emotion in the images and that is what really counts. Your use of the sun to make your point was perfect.
Thank you, Tina! In challenges like this one I realize how limited my archives are when it comes to travel etc.!
A beautiful post, straight to my heart.
Oh, good. Thank you, Leya!