Beauty In A Store Window
Shot this in a store window on this morning's latte run. The place is a very interesting antique store called "Vintage Revival."
Three In A Tree!
It was a treat to see three young bald eagles in one tree. Two of them haven't completely changed color, their heads are not pure white like the middle one.
Jayden Up Close
Our youngest daughter and three grandkids came over the Cascades to see us. Lots of snow and ice up there so we were worried. But they made it safely and we are enjoying them for a couple days. Now we will be worried when they go back over the mountains. This is our youngest grandchild, Jayden, on our photo shoot this morning.
No 'touch up' on the eyes, just the normal processing for a RAW file, using ViewNX2.
Springfield's Millrace has a long history and is the subject of a recent restoration project. This photo shows the Millrace just before the waters enter the Willamette River at Island Park. At the top you will see an observation deck. But this area has not yet been restored.
The Warmth of the Morning Sun!
This morning's sun was a very warm tone and this cormorant at Delta Ponds was enjoying it with wings spread for drying.
I liked the detail in wings and eye. Pretty good for a Nikon Coolpix P510!
Icy Cold Morning At Alton Baker Park
It was 27 degrees Ferenheidt this morning when I took my walk in Alton Baker Park. Now that is cold for us!
I loved the pink color in the southwestern sky. That is the old EWEB (Eugene Water and Electric Board) building across the Willamette River.
Trellis At Millrace Park
We had some of that rare winter sunshine today and I liked the lighting on this trellis at Millrace Park.
It was cold but so nice to have sun and blue sky after a freezing fog this morning.
May Good Things Happen To You!
Songwriters: STROUSE, CHARLES/ADAMS, LEE
Those were the days my friend
We thought they'd never end
We'd sing and dance forever and a day
We'd live the life we choose
We'd fight and never lose
For we were young and sure to have our way.
La la la la...
Those were the days, oh yes those were the days