Path

What a view ! Gorgeous calm and peaceful. The day I took this picture was a sunny day , the day after a snowstorm. Tyler State Park a friend drove to Tyler Park to show me the covered bridge a beautiful sunny afternoon day. Parked in the back of the park and a little ways up the path was a gorgeous covered bridge. As I kept on clicking my camera , I decided to see what it would be like to capture a moment of the snowy path. When I arrived home and looked through the pictures. Was many of my favorite pictures. The picture describes a Christmas card or a adventure on a horse drawn carriage on a snowy path. This picture has many descriptions for a path. He will make your paths straight.

As I say, this is a scene that holds a story. Thank you to my friend for showing me this cabin for I would not have captured this precious beauty

What a awesome picture !

Enjoying this moment outside taking pictures. I noticed the two Eagles in the tree and when I turned the Eagle flew over to his lovely wife. And then the kiss. Ahem should I say beaking. As I was capturing this moment , many thoughts came to mind. I felt as if I was the minister at their wedding saying ” you now may kiss the bride ! ” . My favorite passages in thee bible is about Strength. My eyes are focused on my Lord through my trials and with chronic pain. There are many times I wanted to throw in the towel and give up. Yes the happy go lucky woman me. Who has many left over moments at home. Where does your strength come from ?

The joy and experiencing the wonders of the world. How everything in a toddlers eyes become a fascination. This was a great day. My grandson became a big brother to a baby. Yes that is what he calls his little brother. I drove the 2.5!hours the night before to help anyway I could. Which I was glad. My so. Was able to be there for his wife and also experience too the joys of the world. When I arrived at the hospital with my grandson all he wanted was his mommy. With a little backpack on his back he followed his father until he saw his mother. No he heard the cry of a new baby. What’s this? He was totally in awe wanting to touch his face giving him hugs and kisses. He wanted to hold the baby so bad. His father sits down picks up his son and holding his new son in his arms, as I and my daughter in law snapped pictures. The look is priceless, When it was time to put the new baby back. He did not want to let go of baby. This was the moment he looked up to his father as if to say “can I take him home with me”?

This photo was very interesting, for it could have many titles . I like to call this photo. How I eat a balanced meal. How I had captured this photo was very interesting. I was walking along the Delaware River at Quaker Penn Park in Tullytown,PA. I happened to look up and saw a what I believed was a Juvenile Eagle going claw first into the water. I quickly got my camera up and started clicking. Even though I was too far out. I did not care for I had captured this moment and I am still learning. Yes, I am self teaching myself. I do take advice from other photographers. Had I ever wanted to photograph birds? Heck no. Now I find them very interesting especially how they land on water. So, I saw this bird pull a fish out of the water and fly to my left. There was no way I am ever going to find this one. I took out my handheld scope and scanned the banks . Nothing. Oh well, I have pictures and my memory of what I saw. I took my time coming out of the park. Got into my vehicle and slowly drove down the road. I always look on the pylons for Eagles and in a distant was a Bird way up high. I get out with my camera thinking this must be a crow. Oh happy day ! It’s a Osprey eating a fish way up high. I am scratching my head thinking wait I was pretty sure it was a Juvenile Eagle that got the fish. Oh well anyway the way the Osprey was going to town and I am clicking away. Allot of subjects came to mind. Such as “this is how I eat a balanced meal ” . “Eating Lite” . This is amazing to see how the birds of prey act and love around us. I really thought I had missed this moment , yet what a hysterical find. Might as well need a umbrella for falling fish

Need a chuckle

Where or what I do in life. I always try to look on the bright side or try to find humor in a situation. Suffering from chronic pain is the hardest . Especially when you just want to focus on the pains.

This day was in a Monday. I was having no luck in capturing anything with my camera. I went to the Cove to the Quaker Park in Pennsbury Manor. Walked along the low tide of the Delaware River. Nothing . I was getting hungry and wanted to go home and get a bite to eat.

I slowly drove up the Main Road in Tullytown,Pa. looking up on the Pylons maybe catching a glimpse of the Eagles. Thoughts were going through my head I would love to capture an Owl. Or how come other photographers pictures are better than mine? It really doesn’t matter. I have come a long way of taking pictures in a year, meeting and making new friends that are photographers. It is amazing that with cell phones and Xbox games . There are people that will enjoy this hobby. Such as I .

I. And back to my senses and drove past an opening and saw a bird on top of the sign with a fish. Ok as I proceeded up the road . Smack myself , I quickly did a turn in the middle of the road and got my camera ready. I pull in facing the sign and lo and behold there is a Osprey having fun with the fish. I clicked once and the bird stood at attention with the fish under his talon . So I clicked my camera again and that was when he flew off into the trees .

The funny thing is that he was sitting on a private property sign. And what makes it more hysterical to me is ….he looked guilty.

Everyday should be find a little laughter in something and never hold grudges

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