The Eagle and the Angel.

The beautiful assassin  !!!

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Nature is what we know – yet have not art to say –
so impotent our wisdom is to her simplicity.

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21 responses to “The Eagle and the Angel.

  1. I saw something amazing a couple of years ago! An Osprey had a fish in it’s talons and was flying, I heard a noise and looked up and an Eagle was coming up behind the Osprey, the Osprey dropped the fish and the Eagle caught it , in mid-air!! It was one of those National Geographic moments but I didn’t have my camera or video camera with me that day!!Thanks Kenny for the nice words on my space. I think about you often too! Thanks for the beautiful Easter graphic, I love it!!Donna XX

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  2. “Oh the thrill of the hunt again, Challenge me or run! The thrill is in my veins, Not the lust for blood, But the excitement of the chase!” Mating season is but a heartbeat away :) ’tis the nature of the beast! … and the Romanticism of the Hungering!… Timid one 😉

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  3. I love the eagle pic and the next one is so funny,if you see an angel at night ,bad thing man!!!!!!!,hahahahahaha.take care my dear dreamer and hope you have a happy Easter.xxx

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  4. You mentioned thigh slapping Kenneth?

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  5. Well slap my thigh…..didn’t think anyone would recognize where the Petunia lived. You certainly know your Onions !!!

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  6. Living in an onion patch? ,

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  7. "Old Buzzard", me ! never. I’m just a poor lonely Petunia, that is in need of transplanting !!!

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  8. :oD :oD :oDGood Night you old Buzzard. xx

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  9. (());)

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  10. ????;o)

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  11. zzzzzz

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  12. :o) vvv

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  13. "AHHH"…Yes, Timid one… the thrill of the chase : when the adrenalin spurts through the body at a 100 miles an hour. The heart beating with the rapidity of a wasps wing., Is it mating season again soon :)

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  14. “Simplicity is the nature of great souls. Purity and simplicity are the two wings with which man soars above the earth and all temporary nature.” Unusual and imaginative pic and I do like the caption ;)Your in-flight assassin is indeed beautiful possessing of a fascinating magnificence and a thrilling sense of danger…Timid one 😉

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  15. We are all sitting Duck’s where the weather is concerned Harold. RE: Footy. A interesting climax to the season, me thinks !!!btw. don’t worry about the Duck, no Eagle could "out fly" one. Now if the Eagle were let us say a Peregrine, then the Duck’s fate would most definitely have been sealed, with the kiss of death !

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  16. Life was once governed simply by the seasons. As I have mentioned before I metaphorically threw my alarm clock away the day after I retired !! Hope you have not put away your winter woolies – winter has once last attempt at slowing Springs inevitable progress this week !! Love the picture. Now I am longer the duck – simply the observer !!

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  17. Sad really that our lives are governed by the relentless movement of the hands of a clock. There are NO clocks or watches in my house.Time plays such a small part in the theater of my days. It comes and goes and I notice not."OH" yes…Spring forward…fall back.

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  18. :-) Clocks go FORWARD 1hour tonight so one less hour sleep.My dad’s birthday was March 21st and mine is October 22nd when they go back an hour, he always used to say that I had pinched his sunday morning lie in so Inever forget which one goes which way lol xx

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  19. Good evening Natalia. I am sure you could comment on the figure in the bed. Good evening Sarah. Humour is so vitally important in this cruel world. Without it, we are dead Ducks.I shall indeed laugh my way out of this life.

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  20. Beautiful as ever (But I think if she turned up at my bedside I’d be asking if she had the right address :-D)

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  21. Good Evening Kenny. Your Artistry and observations never fail to make me smile. There are other comments I would leave about the figure in the bed but I think I may use the imagery for another purpose. Easter break will hopefully allow time for a creative writ. :o) Thinking of you. xx

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