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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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Category Archives: Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge
While exploring the delta of Salmon Creek as it flows into Conconully Reservoir,(near Okanogan, WA — USA), I saw this sign — perfect for a COB, I thought! In March and April the Discovery trail at Long Beach, WA … Continue reading
Anyone for lounging in the blackberry brambles? Jello in the boat enjoying shade and shoes! The Purple Heart of Queen Ann’s Lace. Things are warming up in the Pacific Northwest, USA, with temperatures predicted above 100° f (~38° c) by Wednesday … Continue reading
This sign on the Oysterville end of the Long Beach Peninsula was enough to get me out of the truck for a photo session. Soon I was ringing the bell to find out more… …and came home with some nice … Continue reading
Another thing Vic Moore taught me, was to keep an eye out for the absurd: things, items, places, situations — find the fun and the lesson in what is everywhere around us — revel with the odd balls of life! … Continue reading
A post of beach debris along the trail from Longbeach to The Breakers.
Someone was having fun! Now that someone is me!! I saw this as Creighton drove us into Ilwaco, Washington on our way to the Long Beach Peninsula. Later I made a point to go back and snap some shots!
Roof: ORIGIN Old English hrōf, of Germanic origin; related to Old Norse hróf ‘boat shed,’Dutch roef ‘deckhouse.’ English alone has the general sense ‘covering of a house’; other Germanic languages use forms related to thatch. Thatch is not an option … Continue reading
This week’s photo challenge asks us to explore the concept of harmony. Whether it’s in music or in life, harmony involves balance, symmetry and congruity: “the quality of forming a pleasing and consistent whole.” While vacationing at Beach Haven, Orcas … Continue reading
What an artful use of a fine resource — converting these large links of maritime chain into protective fencing around an area needing protection. It certainly stopped me in my tracks! * With a bow to Don Covay who wrote … Continue reading