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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: climate change
Friday morning, November 13: Evidence of a storm brewing. Big clouds stream from the south along our western horizon. Deposits of wave generated sea foam extend along the shoreline at ebb tide. Sunday, November 15. Yesterday and today, gale force … Continue reading
Wishing everyone safe harbor, as we navigate uncharted waters.🐾
Here Comes The Sun George Harrison “Little darling, its been a long cold lonely winter Little darling, it seems like years since it’s been here” “Here comes the sun Here comes the sun, and I say It’s all right” … Continue reading
From fathomless depths, after months in her belly, heaps of human generated trash … Continue reading
Wishing everyone safe harbor as we navigate uncharted waters.
“A calm will descent and there’s peace at the end of the darkest night, sometimes I cry sometimes I fly like a bird.” Boz Scaggs The Darkest Night The Worst Hard Time Grapes of Wrath The Day the Earth Stood … Continue reading
In a recent NYT opinion piece, Thomas Friedman masterfully tied Donald Trump’s climate science denial with his willful ignorance and cronyism around the COVID 19 pandemic. Friedman quotes his favorite environmental teacher, Rob Watson: “Mother Nature is just chemistry, biology … Continue reading
Distance has several distinct, yet connected meanings. In its essence it is the space between two things or people. Wind turbines atop the Columbia River Gorge demonstrate visual distance and symbolize the conceptual distance between Washington State, and current Washington … Continue reading
Koyannisqatsi, a Hopi Indian word meaning “life out of balance,” is the theme of my response to Leya’s challenge. Last spring, as Gray Whales migrated from Mexico to Alaska, 121 were found washed up on west coast beaches, including one … Continue reading