For those of you new to my Journey, I watch a nest of bald eagles on Jordan Lake every year. I try hard to get the best photos I can at the long distances needed to not disturb the parents. I call the eagle pair Kate and Petruchio. They are starting their 4th year of raising eaglets. In this photo Kate has begun brooding / incubating her egg(s)! All you can see of her is the upper half of her head, beak facing to the right, bright eye on alert. I watched Petruchio, her mate, bring her a fish yesterday but it was too dark to get a photo.
At long last I have gotten my dreamingsongs photography site finished – where if something strikes your fancy, you can now order prints of many of my photos.
I will be placing the dreamingsongs link below the photo and its caption on any photo that I have ready for ordering. It will look like this:
American bald eagle
to order this photo, please go to http://www.dreamingsongsphotos.com/
If you do not see a photo that you remember from the past and are interested in ordering it, please let me know the date and subject of the photo and I will get back with you. It is a somewhat slow process to place the photos into the web site – it will take me a while to get more of the photos up.
I hope that you enjoy being able to easily see many of my photos all in one place!
peace and grace,
There were 3 bald eagles at Yates Mill Nature Preserve today. It is rare to see a single bald eagle over the Mill Pond. Today I was blessed to see 3. The first 2 photos are of the adults. The 3rd photo is of the adults chasing each other – sorry the photo is not better – but they quickly chased each other out of the reach of my lens. The 4th photo is of the 3 year old immature bald eagle. He/she was very interested in the action between the adults. Just like the teenager he is. He will have to make it through 2 more years before he is ready to find a mate of his own.