Friday, March 25, 2016

EAGLES


WE'VE HAD SOME COMPANY FLYING AROUND
THE HOUSE THE PAST COUPLE OF DAYS!
I TOOK THESE PICS LAST NIGHT AS IT 
WAS GETTING DARK SO THEY AREN'T THE BEST
BUT IF YOU CLICK ON THEM TO ENLARGE
YOU CAN GET A BETTER LOOK.
THEY ARE SO MAJESTIC TO WATCH FLY
AROUND AND EVEN WHEN PERCHED ON
THE TREES.  WE HAVE A LOT OF WILD 
PREDATORS HERE THAT COULD GET ZOE
SO WE ALWAYS TAKE HER OUT ON HER
LEASH AND STAY WITH HER.



UNTIL NEXT TIME......LORI


8 comments:

Saundra said...

They definitely are majestic powerful and beautiful birds. While I understand they need to eat too it would be wise to watch out for small house pets for sure.

WoolenSails said...

They are so beautiful. We have eagles but I have never seen one in our areas, but have up in maine, love watching them fly.

Debbie

Chocolates4Breakfast (Terri Malinovich) said...

Eagles are amazing to watch and they are huge! They could easily grab a small cat or dog so you are wise to keep Zoe on a leash.
Happy Easter!

Julie - My Primitive Heart said...

Hi Lori,
Those are just beautiful and so happy you could get some good shots of them!!! Yes, keeping Zoe on a leash is best for both of you!
Thinking of you, my friend!
Warm Hugs~
Julie

sarahr said...

Hi Lori - I found your blog because i just googled "home spun prim" and found you in the search results. I'm driving in Maine today with my sweetheart and we just passed a sign with those words written on it, and we are trying to figure out what prim is.
Hope you can help us. Thanks from an ex-yooper (Ishpeming)

HomeSpunPrims said...

Hi Sarahr,
Prim is short for primitives. There are different kinds of primitive styles. For myself it means early antiques from the 1800's or earlier. They would be more rustic antiques rather than formal. I like to make handmade items to go with my early primitive antiques. I make such things as school girl samplers, wool hooked rugs and hand quilted quilts to accent my antiques. It makes for a cozy look and feel in our home. Hope this helps. Safe travels! Lori

Rugs and Pugs said...

There are also a few Eagles near where DSO lives and he is always on the lookout when walking Loocie. Take care of that sweet fur baby.
Happy Easter,
Lauren

Prims By The Water said...

The eagles come to the river in late Winter when the ice is here. Only one day this time...no ice. Hope you had a great Easter! Janice