Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Tonquin Beach, With Eagles











This small beach is within walking distance of my place, though it is a bit steep in spots getting down to it and back up again. But it was well worth it. As we were leaving, we heard eagles calling and my trusty little zoom managed to capture a few good shots of this regal creature. I am wondering if that is a nest he is bending towards in the first shot.

It feels amazing to be living one's daily life, and enjoying all of this - magnificence - at the same time. Wow. And on some days, I get one of the world's best ice cream cones on top of it all. Whew!


10 comments:

  1. Oh, MAN. I am not jealous, I am happy for you. I am not jealous, I am happy for you. I am NOT jealous...

    ;) But I am so very very happy for you.

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  2. Not a nest. Eagle nests are massive and require strong tree crowns to support them. Heck of a zoom lens on that camera of yours!

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  3. Lovely photos, Sherrie!! If you have some photos you want to share for the Pantry this week, I could surely use them!

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  4. Is that a little puppy watching you? I can't wait to see what poems will come.

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  5. Sherry this is so wonderful!!!

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  6. I was just thinking, Nature is so glad to welcome you back!

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  7. If I am lucky, am able to see the odd Cardinal or Blue Jay, fly by, as they hunt for food, to feed their young, in the big city of Toronto. So, I envy you, in spotting that Bald Eagle, and the general wonder, of the world, around you, Sherry, on Vancouver Island.

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