"There are some who can live without wild things, and some who cannot. These essays are the delights and dilemmas of one who cannot" - Aldo Leopold
Afternoon walk to the dyke
Two of the hardest things about writing a blog are: 1) Have a creative and/or interesting post title; and 2) Have creative and/or interesting wordy descriptions within the post content. I mean, taking picture and putting them up on this blog is easy compare to making my wanderingssound exciting to other people (well, it is exciting, but my limited skill of story-telling is still stuck on the chronological method). And I wish I can be as creative in my writings as some of the bloggers out there. Take Rock Paper Lizard's latest post "Nut poem." for example - 3 pictures and 5 words and an instant fun post is made! What skills!
Anyways, enough of my rant and on with my walk today!
Partly cloudy with the beautiful blue sky still visible most of the times.
An adult Bald Eagle flew by.
A juvenile Bald Eagle starting to turn "bald".
A resting Bald Eagle - enjoying the golf games beneath it?
I like these pictures because they show how miniature the Green-winged Teals are compare to the Mallards. They won the swimming race according to the pictures though.
Feathers of an owl?
Great Blue Heron - King of the Hill
Never stop looking up and dreaming a bright future!!!