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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: old friendships
This challenge comes just after my annual lunch date with “the gang,” four counselors who were colleagues, collaborators and friends for many years when we worked together at Evergreen High School. Along with assisting many students through the rough waters … Continue reading
~ Cliff House Reunion 2015 ~ chez Bruce & Joan Peterson ~ Tahoe City, CA ~ judi goldberg — Sarah Watson Jello
On November 7, Miss Jello came to live with us from the home of a loving young owner who needed to place her right away. Two days later we hosted a family baby shower and Jello was very much into … Continue reading
As this week of highlighting “accomplishment” comes to a close, I feel compelled to talk about my participation in student protests against the war in Vietnam. It was a time of passion on college campuses, and a defining moment for … Continue reading
There are many things I’ve done successfully which required effort, courage and/or skill. Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree, 45 year marriage (through better and worse, in sickness and in health) a 30 year career, a home to live in and a … Continue reading
Not sure the intent of this week’s Sunday Stills, but it includes light and a hat, so here is my contribution; the rainbow hat of a dear friend, as it rests on the table next to my wine glass, during … Continue reading
The daughter of dear friends was married Saturday. Everything was lovely — just the way one pictures a summer wedding in a beautiful outdoor setting. Although I snapped more romantic photos than this one, I love how the colors, light … Continue reading
In October, 1967, I was a freshman at the University of Washington. Mutual friends introduced Creighton to me ~ we clicked. On our first date he took me to the Farrells Ice Cream parlor in Bellevue. This fragile plastic giraffe … Continue reading
It was long after those halcyon nights with our Cliff House friends drinking pitcher after pitcher of beer at The Goal Post Tavern, punching quarters into the Juke Box to listen to another round of Honky Tonk Women or Jumpin’ … Continue reading