I was trying to capture the light, just so, on a Texas toadflax blossom. The golden light was fading fast. Then a shadow appeared and I forgot about the wildflower for a couple of moments. The young eagle was just starting his second year of life and he was beautiful as the full brightness of a Carolina blue sky filled his sight and my morning.
The Jordan Lake Neighborhood was water-logged this morning and the rain just kept falling on eagles, vultures and crows. Oh, and on Doc Ellen.
Having just added new photos to my print gallery (more than a dozen bird species), I want to say my heart-felt thanks to each of you who has bought a print from me in the past. My thanks to those of you who check out my gallery site and consider making a purchase. Each purchase helps me to continue my field studies at Jordan Lake and I do enjoy the studying. However, my biggest joy is in the sharing with all of you what I observe at the lake. Thanks for considering a purchase.
Peace and Grace, Doc Ellen
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PS: Here is a sample from my newest collection Palette … and, yes, it is a photograph that the child-heart of me dreamed into a new vision…
(actual print does not have the watermark)
A stroll through the Jordan Dam Neighborhood: birds, butterflies and a wildflower.
In between watching eclipses and aerobatic bald eagles, I have kept my eye on other interesting critters …
This is father osprey plowing into the lake for a fish.
A white-tailed buck very calmly glanced my way and then went back to browsing.
Something must have tickled this great blue heron’s toes – he sure made a spectacular leap and didn’t take flight!
It was great fun watching the pileated woodpecker stop his hammering just long enough for me to get his portrait.
The three brassy little skipper butterflies were sharing a button bush blossom.
This swallowtail butterfly was visiting the button bush blossoms this morning.