Chilly Morning, Warm Afternoon In Western Kentucky

Chilly start to the day. Had this weird pink cast right before sunrise. Even had the river water tinted. Not a lot of eagle action close. A lot of eagles out and about but not feeding much. The one close eagle pick up I missed when the eagle swung back in the lock chamber entrance at Kentucky Dam. Never have seen one catch a fish there before. This just after sunrise and  that eagle had an odd color cast reflected on its wings as well. A few leftovers as well in this post today. Have a great sunday…

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Today’s Flashback Photo

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3 Responses to Chilly Morning, Warm Afternoon In Western Kentucky

  1. Mary S. says:

    Grampy, That Cardinal has its eye on something and looks like it will get it.
    I don’t know if those who work on the water would still say it, but my mother (her b’day today in 1907;) had an uncle who was a “sailor” (so called in those days). She must have gotten the saying from him: “Red sky in the morning a sailor’s warning”—exactly what the 2nd picture says to me. (Don’t know if it rained or stormed there that day, tho.)
    The ducks are camouflaged in the weeds just perfectly. The duck(s) you zero in on look(s) very content and happy to me. But they took off for other realms. MCS

  2. That shot of the eagle carrying a branch just before the shot of the hawk is really beautiful with the colorful trees in the background.
    Nice shot of the young buck too, and the flashback is a real winner!

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