…at the marina…
Linking up to Wordless Wednesday.
Eagles are not only gorgeous but ever so majestic. We see them often in our woods….the only time I DON’T like seeing them is when they’re raiding a squirrels nest for “food” !!
Awesome pictures Dianna! TWO too!! We have seen two here, one an adult and an immature. Third picture~Wow!!
What a great sight that was and you got great photos! Love the new banner too 🙂
These are breathtaking! WOW!
Another eagle! I remember the one you wrote about in your neighborhood. Thank you for sharing this special view.
Very nice photos!
Eagles need no words!
WOW TWO!!!!! I am wondering if they are off the endangered list? A blogger friend of mine that lives in the Pacific Northwest just posted about seeing a HUGE bald eagle…..that is rare to see 2 blog posts about them. Maybe yours were on their way to the White House? 🙂
Amazing! What a joy to get to see them!!
We have one of those in our backyard right now!
Majestic and beautiful.
You sure were at the right place at the right time! You are lucky to LIVE at the right place! Great shots!
UGH! so jealous! how wonderful!
What a great find! Hubby’s coworkers saw one the other day, checking out the reservoir/pond near them.
Regal! We haven’t seen one in some time now.
Awesome … simply awesome !
What a treat it is to see one…and you managed to see 2 of them! Wonderful shots!
They look like royalty! Great shots, Dianna!
Important visitors for sure! Spectacular! Must show my hubby who loves eagles. 🙂
Gorgeous! They really are majestic creatures!
We love watching the eagles, too!!!
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These are some of the most important visitors that I’ve ever seen. I envy you. Eagles are so close to my heart. Awesome photos! 🙂
oohhhh i am so happy for you!!
I agree with every,the eagle is a wonderful bird and you are lucky to have found them.
Ah, we have eagles here too. Always enjoyable to see these great birds! ~ Sheila
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