Wordless Wednesday – Early One Morning


Linking up to Wordless Wednesday.


AND, for the first time, Wild Bird Wednesday.

45 responses to “Wordless Wednesday – Early One Morning

  1. I am seeing more Bald Eagles lately on blogs but the blogs I have seen them on are all in the Pacific Northwest. Have never seen them on a blog in your part of the country til now……so majestic!!! I think they have also been removed from the endangered list right?

  2. A majestic picture Dianna! It just doesn’t get any better!! You snapped a beautiful picture and did some gorgeous post processing, the treatment around the edges, very pretty.

  3. What a glorious picture. Gorgeous!

  4. Wow!!…Absolutely beautiful!!

  5. Always special to see an eagle and even more special get such a great picture!

  6. That is a stunner! Congratulations on that shot!

  7. One word, Magnificent! πŸ™‚

  8. Truly an incredible image!!

  9. Wonderful!
    Have a great day!
    Lea’s Menagerie

  10. Just hanging out, waiting for you….so you could share him with all of us!! Amazing!

  11. oh WoW, what a moment!! looks like he knows how special he is!!

  12. itsallaboutpurple

    and i would seriously have to talk about this!!

  13. That is just lovely πŸ™‚ I would love to see a bird like that in real life..LOL xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  14. oh my goodness! SO beautiful!

  15. Lovely photo! Majestic Bird!

  16. Surveying his kingdom.

  17. Gorgeous eagle shot, Dianna! I’ve only seen them in person a couple of times. They are splendid creatures.

  18. Amazing!!! You never showed me this one !!! Keep an eye out ……..

  19. Breathtaking eagle picture and SO happy about Wild Bird Wednesdays. I saw Lucy and Desi this morning (two red tailed hawks at end of my lane) and was thinking how much I like “birds of prey”! What kind of tree is he in?
    Can’t wait till next Wednesday!

  20. Don’t keep an eye out! Keep your long lens ready! Awesome!

  21. Magnificent!

  22. Nice shot! Beautiful. We are starting to see a few eagles in western PA, USA. πŸ™‚

  23. Spectacular! I thought I saw two eagles in my neck of the woods, but hubby thought they were just hawks. They were really too far away to tell even with binoculars. This guy is extra handsome!

  24. Welcome to Wild Bird Wednesday. What a way to kick it off, with an eagle! Wonderful shot!

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  26. You know what Dianna? You are a fabulous photographer!

  27. Mom left her physical therapy appt this afternoon (just an over used muscle from when we moves in Sept!!)..anywho…she looked up in a very tall pine, and saw a very large mostly white bird…she knows her birds…she grabbed the binocs we carry in her car…and YES!! A gorgeous Kite!! she watched that bird for about 7 minutes and it was still there when she left. Gotta luvluvluv birds

  28. great capture!very nice! πŸ™‚ loved it.. πŸ™‚

    Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here and here.

  29. Welcome to Wild Bird Wednesday. That is an amazing photo.

  30. I’d be wordless if I saw that, too! Great shot!

  31. Hi there – very nice picture. Sorry you could not link up to WBW – I put the link up for you. What was the problem?

    Cheers – Stewart M – Melbourne

  32. What gorgeous birds they are!!

    Pam (Sam said so too……. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ )

  33. We see eagles all the time in SE Alaska. They are majestic creatures! ~ Sheila

  34. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    What a breath taking shot of the eagle. I don’t thing I have ever seen one as wonderful as yours. Great job Dianna!

  35. WOW! This is lovely!!

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