Monday, March 1, 2010

What a sight!

Looking forward to a nice weekend, my husband left his student teaching placement in his styling 1986 Oldsmobile Delta 98... as he turns the corner he could barely turn... power steering went out. SO, car to the fix it shop, I called my mom to see if we could borrow a car for the week.

As we were heading out to her house, we came across a couple bald eagles. I ran home to get my camera, hoping they would still be in the field. Yepers! So, here are some pix I took... I thought they were beautiful and wanted to share!





8 comments:

kimmykat said...

beautiful birds..we have almost too many around here these days...they were dive bombing my kitties!

red.neck chic said...

Oh my gosh Kim - those are GORGEOUS photos!!! Aren't they beautiful birds? See... you mighta missed that if the car wasn't destined for the doctor!!!

;-) Beautiful!!!
robelyn

Chic Cottage Junk said...

Kim your photograpy skills are fantastic! It doesn't hurt that you were shooting some of the most beautiful creatures on earth. How cool is that! Thanks for sharing.

Sue

Jill said...

That is just awesome Kim! Great pictures and what a treat for you--and now us too!

Prior said...

Majestic! Lezlee

Nora said...

Beautiful pictures... I can't wait to show my hubby and kids....

Keep On Junking...
Nora
http://treasuresrenewed.blogspot.com/

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Melissa said...

Eagles are so inspiring when they fly - not so much when they act the scavenger they often are but....