where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 14, 2016 § 10 Comments
grows in rock
eagle’s fishing spot
Tagged: bird, bird of prey, daring, eagle, fishing, island, landscape, rock, shimmer, sportsmanship, tree, water
This one warranted enlargement. Can’t read the plaque, though
It must be a good site for an eagle to visit.
gorgeous–what a lovely spot….
I do enjoy watching birds go about their lives. It’s always a delight to catch a half-hidden moment, like this one. The balance of bird, rock, and water is appealing.
Perfect place to perch 🙂
Smashing picture. How lucky.
The first place I’d choose, were I a stone.
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