Tuesday Tidbits #112 Nature to the Rescue

This past week was tough for many Americans. Never in my wildest dreams would I had thought that our Democracy could have been threatened on our Capitol Steps. Well… it was. And I was shaken and still am…

Getting out into nature helped soothe my heart and soul. So today I share some photos from the past. They pleased me then and please me now. Hope it helps you in some small way. It’s all I got today.

Backyard Hummingbird
Niagara Falls from the Canadian Side
Bryce Canyon
Bermuda
Backyard bee and blooms.
Tuscany
Backyard Cactus Bloom
Saguaro Blooms
Presque Isle Lighthouse Erie, Pa.
Prescott National Forest
Neuschwanstein Castle Germany
Axis Deer from Texas
Snoqualmie Falls Washington
Durango, Colorado
Midwest America
Bavaria Germany
Edinboro Lake, Pennsylvania
Anthem, AZ
Ohio Covered Bridge
Watson Lake Prescott, AZ with Humphreys Peak
in the background.

I could post pictures of nature all day. As that’s what brings me joy. But as I sign off I leave you with one more meaningful capture from our visit to Alaska. Our American Bald Eagle flying high and proudly.

Eagle in Alaska
The Bald Eagle was designated by our Country’s Founding Fathers, in 1782, as our National Emblem. Which represents Freedom and Democracy.