I was walking along the river walk area, and came upon several people staring at something on a piece of playground equipment.
Being curious, I walked over and saw a sweet little baby hawk. He stood still for the longest time, and I managed to get a few photos of the cute thing.
They are not the greatest photos, but at least I have something to remember the feathery-baby by. I was behind several other people, and was using my phone to take the photos, and not my DSLR camera.
A lake carries you into recesses of feeling otherwise impenetrable.
I have finished reading The Innocents.
I am currently reading We Are Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust. I am also reading the novel Orphan Train.
I have slowly returned to my normal routines. I still listen to the news, or read it online, but it doesn’t take up the majority of my day. Life seems to have somewhat returned to downtown Boston, too, on the block where the tragic events occurred. I give the people of the city credit for moving forward as best as they can, and staying strong, Boston strong! My prayers are a constant.
I managed a walk at the lake. The photographs above were taken during it.
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August 25, 2013 – 15 Iyyar, 5773 – 30th day of the Omer
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The above collage (of older photographs) is my submission for Nature Notes Wednesday. The top left shows a cardinal, the top right shows a black-capped chickadee, the bottom left shows a house finch, and the bottom right shows a squirrel.
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December 25, 2012 – 12 Tevet, 5773
It is time for Our World Tuesday!
While walking through the orange grove and its environs, this morning with my grandies, we came upon this gorgeous Great Egret, day dreaming away!
Within a few moments I was able to capture the lovely winged-one staring down at a turtle, who was looking up at the egret.
They looked like old buddies having a conversation in the beautiful sunlight.
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April 3, 2012 – 11 Nisan, 5772
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