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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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Tag Archives: landscape
Coneflowers are fading fast, while Hydrangea blossoms continue their chameleon shading from grey-green to mauve. This week’s vase is a ceramic pot made by a friend. On such a warm summer-like day it seemed fitting to set it on a … Continue reading
Last December, I posted this photo in Black and White for Cee’s challenge (link below). The colors and vistas at Crater Lake are truly spectacular! Wizard Island – Crater Lake National Park, Oregon USA https://lindylecoq.wordpress.com/2015/12/20/far-away-and-long-ago-cees-b-w-photo-challenge/ Landscape
Toadstools like these have been few and far between this hot dry summer in the Pacific Northwest. Today the rains have returned in earnest, so I expect to see more of these big beauties popping up soon. This week’s challenge … Continue reading
Here’s the kind of ‘everyday’ I prefer! Quiet time in the morning (on the deck when the weather’s mild) with a smoothie and/or coffee, a jumble puzzle and my laptop. Then, brunch with Creighton followed by a walk with Jello. … Continue reading
High temperatures here have topped 100°f (38°c) since Tuesday. By late afternoon yesterday, as the usual marine westerly blew in, trees were withering in hot wind, shrubs wilting, birds had sheltered and the koi were seeking the bottom of my … Continue reading
Around the perimeter of Crater Lake are many broken and bleached timbers. Their stark bareness against the blue backdrop of the dazzling lake drew me to photograph them. Here are three favorites. Crater Lake National Park, Oregon ~ USA Broken“>
This week’s photo challenge stumped me until I remembered the huge Cedar tree that had lived on the south side of cabin 1. At least twenty years ago a severe winter storm snapped the trunk about ten feet up from … Continue reading
This mother Mallard with her brood are like feather bobbers, as they paddle through the marshes. What a joy it was to see them up close in nature. She didn’t think much of me invading her territory, so she gathered … Continue reading