Saturday, November 8, 2014

Eagles of Autumn

Once again, I get an opportunity to see and photograph Bald Eagles near my home. They really are amazing birds. No matter how often I see them I'm always taken aback by their size and their beauty.

First outing at the Conowingo Dam, on the Susquehanna River was pretty light on birds, but still worth it. I'll share a few of the better shots here.

On another note, I realize it's been a long time since my last blog post. Someone I used to blog about a bit was one of the Marshmallows, Wolfgang Amadeus Marshmallow. Lady Marshmallow and I got to spend some time with him last month and attend his Junior Year Recital. Special moment. Very much so. I wish I had a link to the recording, but no dice. He played Rachmaninoff, Mozart, and Chopin. Heaven!

As I gather my thoughts and try to pull out of a year's worth of lack of caring for writing, I'll post more. So much went on, but so little desire to write about any of it. No excuse, but there it is.

Enjoy the eagles!


  1. No excuse necessary. Just enjoy life.

  2. I was pleasantly surprised to see a bald eagle soaring on my drive to work last week. In metro Phoenix. I had to google that there were some on the area.

  3. Thanks for the comments. I do really like blogging, and want to do more, I just need to once again make it a priority.
    So glad you saw an eagle in Phoenix, Mrs. T! They have made a wonderful comeback all over the US and Canada. Well, not that they were all that scarce in most of Alaska and parts of Canada, but the rest of the US hadn't seen good numbers in decades.

    I'll spend a good five or six days later this month and also in December trying to get more good photos.