Saturday, March 28, 2009

Rocks and a Hawk



Granite, moss, lichen, trees






Red-tailed Hawk


Glimpses of New Hampshire this weekend

12 comments:

ReluctantDragon said...

Beautiful! Looks like a neat place to hike around.

And I can't believe how sharply you captured the hawk in flight! What a neat photo.

Lynnette said...

Great photos as usual. Your area of the world looks lovely.

Deanna said...

WOW! Those photos are amazing!

Theresa said...

Makes me miss New England all that much more.
Great photos Sue.

charlotte said...

Fantastic pictures! It's quite extraordinary to get a close-up of such a big predator bird.

bspinner said...

What beautiful pictures!!!!

The Blue Ridge Gal said...

Nice hawk shot!!!

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

VIKTORIA said...

Thank you! Beautiful surroundings.

Life Looms Large said...

Thanks for your kind words about my photos!!! All of this practice is helping me improve!!

Sue

Jennifer said...

All of ths are breathtaking! I'm impressed you could get the photos I would have been lost in watching the hawk! Thanks for sharing!

Janice Zindel said...

Love all the photos, especially the Red Tail Hawk. I'm a rescue driver for the Northwoods Wildlife Center, and sent out to find and bring in injured/sick wildlife including eagles, hawks, owls, fawns, and more. I love spotting
eagles and hawks when I'm out driving, so thanks for this one!

Terri said...

Your photography is so amazing!