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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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Inspiration from within ~ a fire that animates spirit to express sensations thoughts emotions. Informed by life music, poetry, stories paintings, drawings, photography, dance motion color light trees, flowers, birds snails, butterflies, bears running rivers, tranquil lakes surging oceans … Continue reading
All week I’ve contemplated what to post for this challenge. Seeing a Gray Whale that had washed up on the beach because it was starving, had me thinking about the delicate balance of life in our ecosystem. But, those images … Continue reading
Though not a world traveler these days, I have visited many wonderful places in my life. My greatest joy with travel continues to be when I am exploring in nature: mountains, valleys, trees, trails, lakes, the ocean, animals, birds, butterflies … Continue reading
Bugs and butterflies have attracted me since my childhood; from their lovely textures and patterns, to their ability to blend-in with their environment. Here are a few from my recent wanderings through fields and meadows. Other critters also use the … Continue reading
Eight years ago I converted a swath of my front lawn into flower beds, with the purpose of creating a perennial border of bird and butterfly friendly plants. Today’s salt glaze pottery vase holds blossoms from those gardens. Black-eyed Susan, … Continue reading
Be it bird, bug, butterfly, leaf, or seed – if it is something from nature that’s in the air, it’s a Friday Flyer. (Papilio oregonius, sometimes classified as Papilio machaon oregonius or Papilio bairdii oregonius) The adult Oregon swallowtail has … Continue reading
This past week’s photo challenge asked us to select a place or scene that serves as a muse. The more I thought about it and cast about for ideas, the more I realized that everything around me is my muse; … Continue reading
Yellow adds cheer wherever it shows up — from soft creamy pastels to brilliant bolds — something about yellow keeps me smiling from sunrise to sunset! If you wish to view others in this series of rainbow color collages, just … Continue reading
Once in a while, when Jello and I have been exploring her favorite rabbit-sniffing field, I have seen this beautiful small butterfly — always only one in the same area. Maybe 3/4 to 1 inch across, my initial research at … Continue reading