As we near the end of one of the most challenging years of our times, I’d like to share some photos. Because I’m still deep in the trenches of going through an ultra challenging Kundalini awakening, I’ve been unable to gather up my camera equipment and head out specifically to take pictures. Not enough energy. This, in combination with the pandemic meant no trips over to our local daffodil or tulip fields in the spring. No summer vacation trip taking us across country or anywhere else.
However, even though my fancy camera hasn’t seem much action this past year, I keep a really nice point and shoot camera in my purse at all times, and use it a lot. All sorts of things catch my eye like pretty flowers, captivating sunsets, wildlife, and the moon. And my husband bought a game camera to capture wildlife in our yard.
For the past few months salmon have been back in our little river spawning and dying. And with the salmon come the eagles. Nature’s clean-up crew. We mostly see bald eagles in our area, and I’ve been photographing them frequently. The eagles with the dark plumage are juveniles as it takes up to about five years to mature into full color. Mother Nature gives the birds good camouflage until then.
Here’s a smattering of pictures from this past year, many taken very close to home. Enjoy.
May you be blessed with peace in your heart, and may everyone have a happy New Year.