Well, I got to the eagles' nest late today and missed Hiram flying in with food. So, to make the best of it, I decided to "focus" (no pun intended) on photographing the squirrels today. It must have been dinner time, because there were probably around 20 - 30 squirrels scampering around and eating acorns at the Shiloh Park's visitor center. They were so close to me that I could actually hear them crunching as they ate on the acorns.
Two Sisters ~ Have Cameras, Will Travel
We are two sisters who share a love of photography. We dream of traveling together to numerous locations where we can photograph to our hearts' content. We live in different states, but the distance vanishes when we talk about photography and share with each other what we digitally capture.
March 29, 2011
March 26, 2011
I went to the river just to see if I could see Hiram fishing. Much to my surprise, here he came right at me with a fish! I was also surprised to see a dear friend and her children down at the river looking for Hiram too. Her children were so excited over how big the fish was! What a treat for us all that day!
So here's my latest obsession - photographing two American bald eagles at the Shiloh National Park. Meet Hiram and Julia - I apologize Julia is not showing you her best side. She's tending to their newly hatched baby eaglets. Here's a link to a website that will show you Julia feeding her little ones. http://www.shiloheagles.com/ (Thanks to Ken Crawford for the video and Jay Turner for putting together such an awesome website that will give you more info on the eagles.)