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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: Sunday Stills
Three weeks ago I posted photos of trillium I had taken on the first day of spring — Wake Robin — showing one trillium as it breaks the ground, and another already starting to bloom. These are native plants from … Continue reading
When I was fourteen, my Dad and Mom bought a farmhouse and all the outbuildings of a once-working, family dairy farm, on forty acres just three miles south of Pullman, Washington. The work, land, people, and history remain part of … Continue reading
Sometimes clouds offer a fine film through which light filters and bends, and then there are the clouds that cumulate and command attention!
Late winter and early spring in the Pacific Northwest offers just the right climate for many lilies to thrive. Here are a few from my gardens.
This bedraggled gasoline pump caught my eye when I walked by, and seemed a fitting subject for sepia coloration. Those were the days — when gasoline cost less than a dollar a gallon!
Wet, cold and dreary is the forecast for the Pacific Northwest (USA) the rest of the week. This photo of water flowing and freezing was taken during an earlier cold snap. All the more reason to be inside with a … Continue reading
Snow in Vancouver, USA occurs infrequently; once a year — maybe twice or not at all. Every once in a while we get snow at the holidays. After the snow, we often experience a “silver thaw.” Vancouver is located … Continue reading
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
It’s berry ripening time here in the Pacific Northwest. Holly berries are shading from chartreuse to tangerine and the Porcelain berries are showing us why they have that name! Throughout the Willamette valley you will find vast acres of Blueberry … Continue reading