Thursday, May 28, 2009

Sun Down At the Catfish Farm


My husband has seen Bald Eagles over the catfish ponds. He took me down there late yesterday. I saw a couple perched high in the trees. They flew off as soon as they saw us get out of the truck. The Hispanic man who looks after the ponds told us the Eagles get "free fish" all the time. It is against the law to kill them. I have no pictures of Eagles to show you as my camera is old and cheap. The sunset is the best I could do. Enjoy!

10 comments:

Heather said...

very pretty!

Margaret Cloud said...

We have bald eagles here in our town but I have never seen them. My granddaughter has a picture of one perched in a tree down by the lake. The pond looks so relaxing and your pictures are very nice. Thank you for coming by.

Michele said...

BEAUTIFUL!

Renie Burghardt said...

Isn't that kind of unusual, Ann? I mean, we have bald eagles on the Current River. They arrive in the fall and leave in the spring, to go back to their nesting grounds.

Beautiful sunset pictures. Sunsets are always prettier over water, aren't they? Your cheap camera takes pretty nice pictures!

Hugs,

Renie

Pat said...

Good pictures with or without an eagle and even using an old cheap camera!
Man can never equal the beauty and wonder that God has given us. We need to open our eyes and hearts to all he has provided.

Annie said...

Beautiful photos! And how lucky to get to see the eagles!

Pen Pen said...

You need some binoculars and a chair. :o)

Mary said...

Ann,

The photos are beautiful. I would love to drop a line in those waters and enjoy the scenery while I waitied patiently for a hit.

Thanks for sharing the beautiful sunset.
Blessings,
Mary

Paula said...

The sunset's gorgeous, even without the eagles!

Deborah Wilson said...

Beautiful photo, Ann, -

Wish I was there!