How exciting, Shelley! They are gorgeous.
What was it like to kayake over a 230 acre lake? Your muscles must be aching, but it was worth it because the picture is the first one I've ever seen of a pairs of Loons. It is outstanding! I applaud your efforts.
Yay! Now questions - why are there only one pair in such a big area? Do they mate for life? Do they fly south for the winter?Boy can you tell I know nothing about Loons. :)HAGD! Karen
Oh Shelley, how beautiful. You're so lucky to be able to capture them. Very lovely shot!
Wow, what a great shot! They are so beautiful. You sound like me just now. My daughter and I were just giddy with excitement that our two bass fishys made it through the winter and were "following" us around our pond tonight. I can relate to your post!
They are so beautiful! Thank you for sharing such a wonderful picture.Hugs,Penny
Have your hubby give you a great shoulder massage...cuz we want more photos. ha
They are beautiful! And that spotted nubian buck in an earlier post is too. :)
Congrats, Shelley... Maybe if you would have asked the loons, they may have pushed you back to shore!!!!!! Hugs,Betsy
They are beautiful. Bet you used up some calories doing all that paddling. I love the way the one head is sticking up behind the other Loon. Keep adventuring.
You lucky duck! Kayaking sounds so soothing!Hugs,Cathie
The picture of the loons is beautiful and I admire your energy. I can't imagine doing all that kayaking! :)Debbie
WOW Shelley, thats an awesome photo...you can really see how low the loon rides in the water! I know it was an adventure finding them!
I'm glad you found your loons. Now you can truly enjoy your weekend at the cabin. I hope you're having a great one!
They are so beautiful. I'm glad you found them and shared with us. You kayaking sounded fun but tiring. That's a big lake.
Wow..you got your exercise today. Hope you found your way home! They are pretty neat! Love the photos. Connie
Shelley thank you for filling my request for loon pictures. That was so sweet of you. Now go rest. Sharon
Oh how cute ♥ I'm so glad you found them and were kind enough to share them with all of us. They are beautiful ♥ Thank you.
WOW! I drew in my breath when I pulled up your blog, I LOVE loons! Beautiful pic, and so worth the effort and six-pack :)This is my first visit here, and will for sure be back, Hubs and I dream of a log cabin...
Oh, Shelley! What a wonderful photo! Glad you found your friends. Sorry I've been out of the loop - we're in the heat of the move right now! I plan to buy a canoe (as you know, LOL) as soon as we "land." Can't wait.
THEY. ARE. BEAUTIFUL.
What a great picture of the loons. I'm so glad you found them. Good exercise too.
How neat! Great photo:)Rondell
I only got a glimpse of our loons this past weekend at our family camp on a pond in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Thanks for sharing yours as I am now home and wishing I had seen more of them. Ours are protected and signs are posted around their nesting site. There were no signs up this weekend - possibly it's too soon for nesting?
They are gorgeous Shelley!!That has to be so exciting, finding them after the winter!!
glad you captured them on film! i hope you had time to take a nap afterwards!
Great shots of the loon! Your project looks like a lot of fun (as well as hard work!) :)
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