Spring is such a wondrous time of year. The sap begins to flow again in people as well as trees. Spirits lift, even spring storms become magnificent paintings instead of drudgery. I wake in the morning to the sounds of joyful birds and a smile on my face knowing that greens are returning via newContinue reading “Redbuds, Blue Jays, and Joy”
I had a lovely peaceful day recently beside Rowland Lake along Highway 14 between Bingen and Lyle, Washington. The lake was stocked with fish that morning, and the ospreys and herons were eating good. Click on the first photo, and then use side arrows to see all images larger.
Glenwood, Washington is about to be swamped by 2000 bicyclists Sunday, September 6, and town will be buzzing all day with riders, booths, Native artist ready to share drawings, my photography, Indian Tacos, Music and more. A Tent City is being set up to house the riders overnight with their own view of Mount Adams.Continue reading “Glenwood”
When I was a teenager, we had a clump of Ponderosa Pines in our backyard in Husum, Washington. On occasion several huge Great Horned owls would land in the trees, hooting back and forth at each other in the dark of night. I would stand out in the middle of the clump of trees andContinue reading “Great Horned Owl and Barred Owl”
Some information from Wikipedia “The Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus; hali = sea, aeetus = eagle, leuco= white, cephalis = head) is a bird of prey found in North America. A sea eagle, it has two known sub-species and forms a species pair with the White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla). Its range includes most of Canada and Alaska, all of the contiguous United States, and northern Mexico. It is found near large bodies ofContinue reading “Bald Eagles in the Columbia River Gorge”
this week I spent some time close by an Osprey nest, and they were not too happy about that. One kept flying over me… and I could see a youngster in the nest still not quite ready to fly. Here are a few photos to share of that! Be sure to check out theContinue reading “Osprey Guarding their nest”