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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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The Long Beach Peninsula, has received eleven inches (28 cm) of rain so far in January 2022, which prompted me to stretch this week’s ‘Double Dipping’ theme to include a side by side photo comparison showing what our marshes at … Continue reading
Stellar’s Blue Jays live in my neighborhood year round. This one, perched high in the bare branches, seemed oblivious to me as I walked under the tree. If it’s from nature and is in the air (or can get … Continue reading
Twin Rhododendron buds. The above photo was taken the end of November, 2015, the header photo is from this morning, March 3, 2016. Spring marches in!
Quercus garryana Native Range: From British Columbia south through northern California, primarily along the temperate corridor that includes Puget Sound and the Willamette Valley.
Tonight my mental, physical, spiritual and emotional being feels meshed in a many-layered dance which holds me centered on earth and suspended in time. I leap, turn, spin, stand still, step back and again find I still face now. … Continue reading
Yesterday, we celebrated my father’s ninety-fourth birthday. It was a little surprise party in his room with fresh (yes FRESH) Dungeness crab as the main course, and homemade carrot cake for dessert. He was very pleased. Ninety-two years ago today, … 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
I’m on my way to a class today at Independent Publishing Resource Center in Portland, to learn how to make Japanese Stab Bound notebooks. Hope to have snaps to show soon! For today, a little rosiness seems fitting!
I stopped at a viewpoint on the way to Cape Disappointment State Park. After snapping some photos, I took Jello for a walk. I didn’t know where the trail would lead me — but it didn’t matter — this was … Continue reading