Get Up And Go In The Early Morning!

The beauty of the Pacific Northwest can be captured at all times of the day…but getting up early for a walk at low tide on Hood Canal allows photographers to catch some incredible shots.

Photographers

Laurel Arwine is a great friend and participant in CameraWalking. She got up with the sun to walk the beach and captured some wonderful photos of the eagles and the cranes.

Crane With Fish

Crane With Fish

The peace in Seabeck Bay was lovely with the boats silently at anchor while the cranes began their day of fishing.

Peace In The Morning

Peace In The Morning

Tides often catch sailboats in shallow water.  It was fun to take this shot by Laurel and do some quick editing  with Picasa to add some character to a sad state of affairs for the boat owner.  Don’t worry, in a few hours, it will be floating and they can sail away…

Going Nowhere

Going Nowhere

There were so many eagles at Big Beef Creek, allowing for a dramatic and majestic show. They feed at the low tides…

Four Eagles

Four Eagles

… and spend their days in the branches of the tall evergreen trees, watching over their world.

Watching

Watching

Each shot Laurel took added to the drama of the morning…

Beauty On The Beach

Beauty On The Beach

The cranes move so slowly and can stand for hours to find just the right tasty morsel.

Reflection

Reflection

As an eagle lands, the cranes take flight…

Cranes and Eagles

Cranes and Eagles

Walking early can give your day a peaceful start before you move into the hectic hours ahead. What a joy to see  nature awakening!

Silence

Silence

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