Pause quietly on this blog and breathe deeply…

Reflections at the Eagle Pond

More pond & cloud reflections

A stump bigger than three medium-sized blog readers with teenage trees growing upward.

Simply reeds

Forest stream

Tree growing sideways over Lake Superior

Leaves and water in sepia

Bald eagle's white tail feather

Bald eagle missing one white tail feather (Don't quit breathing deeply--another one will grow back!)

Eagle in sepia. (Now don't quit breathing deeply...keep breathing...deep breathing...as you click your mouse into the next moment...)

About Kathy

I live in the middle of the woods in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Next to Lake Superior's cold shores. I love to blog.
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17 Responses to Pause quietly on this blog and breathe deeply…

  1. Yotewife says:

    Beautiful!

  2. Elisa's Spot says:

    I want to have it quiet AND I want to hurl a giant rock into that still and then wait quietly to see what happens! I might was to run shouting like warrior and plant both feet from a high jump into that stream!

  3. Reggie says:

    Heavenly… Soaring with the eagles…

  4. Beautiful and peaceful just to look! Absolutely wonderful!

  5. Martha Bergin says:

    Thanks for the pause to breath deeply!

  6. Brenda Hardie says:

    Thank you Kathy! I feel much more relaxed and focused…your guided meditation was just the medicine I needed today. Love the picture of the trees on the stump…beautiful!

  7. Christine says:

    Ah, peace in the natural world is like no other. Thank you.

  8. I know how one’s heart will race when wildlife suddenly appears. This posts does relax one before the end thrills. Time to rent a long lens, Kathy! 🙂

  9. Karma says:

    How wonderful! To see the eagle so closely! Wasn’t it you who told me that seeing an eagle is good luck?

  10. Ah.
    So good to be here.
    I am home after a long day of travel.
    Preparing for 9 guests to come for 3 weeks.
    House cleaning while savoring those very reflections.

    Thank you for holding this space for me today Kathy.
    All my love, S

  11. Susan Derozier says:

    As always, you pick the perfect pictures for the moment. Wondrous visions to take me into my unpleasant medical tests tomorrow morning. I plan to view them just before I leave. Medicine Woman you ARE! What happy teenage trees growing from your stump! The old giving the young a step up!

  12. john k says:

    I have three small trees coming up out of a stump in front of the house. I hope they turn out as well as those are.

  13. bonnie says:

    Beautiful pictures. I can imagine myself walking where you have walked and watching the soaring eagle, minus the feather of course, but free to fly through the air, in all its glory. Keep the pictures coming Kathy, please.

  14. Barbara Rodgers says:

    “More pond & cloud reflections” – breathtaking!
    “A stump bigger than three medium-sized blog readers with teenage trees growing upward.” – amazing!
    You find the most unusual and fascinating things in the forest, Kathy…

  15. Claire says:

    water trees reflections………….ahhh…… I’m so calm now -thanks they’re lovely. I invite you to take a a look at my blog sometime.

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