Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The Eagle

10 comments:

Annie Coe said...

Yoli, I had no idea! How brave and strong the Eagle is, beautiful. The Eagle is one of my totem animals. Thank you for sharing this information. xoxo

Tess Kincaid said...

Beautiful. They're so majestic.

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

Really??

Ellinor Forje said...

There are some birds on this page;) I also love your header. Thanks for sharing the photos and drop by me too when you have time.

Cheers,

renilde said...

Why didn't anyone tell me this before, thanks Yoli!

Nyla said...

Hi Yoli! Wow... WHO KNEW. This is almost as powerful as the butterfly in the chrysalis transformation. Thank you.

FishermansDaughter said...

Fascinating - same thing happened to me! ;)

Serline said...

Fascinating account of the eagle's molting trials... my hubby told me that laying hens are forced to go through this process as well; those which survive get a "second wind".

Reminds me of Nietzsche's quote: "Was mich nicht umbringt, macht mich stärker."

Robin said...

Yoli, I saw my first live Eagle many years ago while hiking in New Mexico. I will never forget it.....I was so excited, I almost slid down the side of the gorge!

Truly a majestic, beautiful creature! Thank you for posting this!

Hugs,

♥ Robin ♥

beatrice De said...

Dans beaucoup de civilisations l'aigle est un symbole. J'ai été amenée plusieurs fois à illustrer mes propos, dans mes vitrines culturelles, avec un aigle.

Un petit coucou de Lausanne.

Ne pas oublier le blog des bricolages. En temps de Noël, il y a des idées qui pourraient être utile.