Saturday, June 29

Focusing on Life, Week 26: Nature Lifts My Spirit



I am sorry to have missed Week 25, but the prompt was "You"... who you are and frankly last week I wasn't sure.  In the end I would've picked the word "Strong." I've always had internal strength.  It got me to today where I grow from every obstacle placed in my path.

So at this half-way mark where Sally has given us free rein to pick our own prompt, I give you some bald eagle photos that I took this past week.    They speak not only to my strength, but also to my country's strength.  
May we always learn and grow from our mistakes.





Happy Fourth of July!  Thank you to the veterans and current troops who've protected our freedoms.  May we honor them by not giving them up.

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13 comments:

  1. That's a beautiful shot of the Eagle - what a magnificent bird - he looks like he was deliberately posing for the camera!

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  2. Great photos and post this week Janet. Where I live I see eagles sometimes too. More often I see hawks.

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  3. I love eagles. We had one in our tree the other day. Beautiful birds.

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous photos. Nature lifts my spirits too. I don't see these gorgeous birds around me too often, we do have a huge hawk living around our home. I sure wish I did because I am in awe of the eagle.
    ~Ema
    http://www.emakdesigns.com/blog

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  5. Eagles are such regal birds. I almost drove off the road one day watching one flying around! Great photos!

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  6. Amazing photos and a very thoughtful post, Janet. Glorify in your strength!

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  7. That eagle actually looks stuffed... I know it's not it's just the way they sit they don't really look real! Great shot!

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  8. The eagle looks so regal in that first photo. And so majestic when in flight. Great photos.

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  9. What an iconic picture! We have them around my area, but I have never seen one. Someday I will go on an eagle watch!

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  10. Beautiful photos of the eagle! You are so lucky to live in such a beautiful area as this!

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  11. What great eagle photos! I especially love the first one!

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  12. The most magnificent bird, and perfect symbol of our country's strength. Happy 4th to you too!

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  13. Amen!

    That first shot of the eagle is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

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