Wordless Wednesday: Birds.

I am so busy right now, I don’t have time to write much at all. So today, I’ll share a few photos from last week, when The Great Spousal Unit and I traveled with her dad and his wife (and her brother) to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. Blackwater is home to one of the largest groups of nesting bald eagles on the east coast. We saw a few bald eagles, but I couldn’t really get a good photo of one, though there is one of an eagle off in the distance drying his wings after diving into the water for a fish. It was a great day, and we enjoyed seeing all of the wildlife. Here’s a look:

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Here's your eagle.  Sorry I couldn't get anything closer.

Here’s your eagle. Sorry I couldn’t get anything closer.

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Happy Wednesday!
 
 
 

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  • Mike Hoskins (@MHoskins2179)  On September 3, 2014 at 12:47 pm

    Happy Wednesday, Stephen, and great photos! Actually, it makes me feel bad about our recent trip to the Cincy Zoo over the holiday weekend. We saw pretty much everything there, EXCEPT for the World of Wings (birds) exhibit. And the insects, because I don’t like em. But seeing your pics, makes me want to go back and get a glimpse of the birds. Well, actually, we didn’t go in the bird exhibit, but did see a few outdoors ones, like a vulture that I’m convinced tried to attack me and “eat out my eyes” (as Suz says), but that may be a story for another time… Good luck balancing all, my friend!

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  • Karen  On September 4, 2014 at 11:38 am

    Wow, what beautiful pictures!! Thanks for sharing.

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