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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: self awareness
Self-Portrait ~ Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Blur
sundown behind me fir before me ascending resin seeps pitch gleams
Posted in Art, nature, pacific northwest, Photographs, Poetry, weekly photo challenge, Writing Tagged art, outdoors, photography, post a day, postaday, self awareness, weekly photo challenge Leave a comment
Spring Roses ~ Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Fresh
tender red-green leaves emerge trembling in springbreeze branches reach stretch taut issuing thorny barbs suckled by warm sun buds anticipate pure joy
Posted in Art, flowers, Gardening, landscape gardening, nature, outdoors, pacific northwest, Photographs, plants, Poetry, weekly photo challenge, Writing Tagged art, being, flowers, gardening, nature, photography, Poetry, postaday, self awareness, weekly photo challenge, writing Leave a comment
~~~ Wordless Wednesday ~~~
Welcome New Year
Outside the birds huddle into their winter shelters and ice begins to form on the surface of my pond. Inside all is warm and aglow. Wishing everyone a Happy New Year!
Posted in Being, Photographs, weekly photo challenge Tagged art, being, colors, fun, photography, Poetry, postaday, self awareness, storytelling, weekly photo challenge 2 Comments
10,000 LUX ~ Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Light
When I first learned about Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) pieces of the puzzle I had been trying to solve about myself fell into place. The theory helped explain why I would become ever more gloomy as winter approached, and conversely, … Continue reading
Posted in Being, Photographs, Uncategorized, weekly photo challenge Tagged analysis, being, photography, self awareness, weekly photo challenge 2 Comments
Repurposed Poems ~ Hope Wish Belief Want
Hope forever flutters like a baby bird featherless – naked will it fly on fledgling wings or fall, a soft sack of tiny broken bones – bereft. Wish is hope suspended a floating feather drifting ever closer then sailing away … Continue reading
Beach + Beagle = Fun!
How long has it been? We kept asking one another as we drove over the Lewis and Clark Bridge across the Columbia River from Longview, Washington to Rainier, Oregon, following Route 30 West to Astoria. At least fifteen years we … Continue reading
Posted in Beagles, Being, dogs, Feathers, nature, Photographs, Writing Tagged animals, astoria bridge, being, birds, family, fun, landscape, love, nature, photo, photography, postaday, relationship, sea towns, self awareness, stories, writing 1 Comment
Through the Past, Darkly – Self-Portrait Weekly Photo Challenge (Background)
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
Posted in Art, Being, family, nature, Photographs, Writing Tagged analysis, being, family, grace, love, nature, old friendships, photography, post a day, relationship, self awareness, weekly photo challenge, writing 4 Comments
my hands pull out the dead shrub I pour water into a hole in the earth plant a life form birds twitter above clouds swirl the universe opens in a heartbeat stories around night fires over centuries and generations seek … Continue reading
Bruised Apples (an analysis)
It had been decades since the sensation had hit me this hard, although I recognized it immediately. I had just come out of the kitchen to join my sisters for morning coffee when, centered deep and low inside, the ache … Continue reading
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