Law of Attraction, Law of Manifesting, nature, nature photography, nature photos, photo beaver (I think), photo Caspian terns, photo ducklings, photo Glimmerglass Lagoon, photo great blue heron, photo green heron, photo Lake Neatahwanta, photo mourning dove, photo red-bellied woodpecker, Source
First, I’d like to thank my all of my followers and welcome a few new ones these past few weeks. I am woefully behind in answering comments and visiting others. Thanks for your patience. I realize I never finished my Law of Attraction posts from last week so here are a few more.
I had just told my dad that there were no baby ducks out and about yet. Lots of goslings but no duckies. These were the first critters I spotted at Breitbeck Park.
I had spotted a bit of white bobbing in the water and thought I might be lucky and spot a swan which led me to think of my friend Sarah. But I did have a bird I associate with her (and peace) hang out right by my foot.
The next photo is not great but the reason I was able to take the mourning dove and duckling photos was that my dad had a prior engagement cancelled and he phoned the night before to ask me to breakfast. I had prior to that day been thinking how much I’d like to go to Glimmerglass Lagoon and see if the green heron had returned. I had to lean out over the water and take the shot through the branches. But at least I know he’s back.
I don’t think I would have spotted him except it was Oswego State’s graduation day and a large group of people were headed my way. With MCS and the chance of a lot of scented people, it was my cue to get away fast. I walked in a straight line to the lagoon and apparently straight at a great blue heron that I startled. As I stood there disappointed that I had spooked him, I looked over and along the shoreline deep in the tree was the green heron.
Sometimes I’m not sure if I want to leave the house at dawn. So I asked the Universe to play a song that would reflect what I should do. The song lyric was about coming out of the woods and meeting a friend. So I decided to go on faith and headed to the lake and saw the wood ducks fly toward the woods. I followed. And there was a beaver (I think) swimming along the shore. When I left the woods there was a friend driving by whom I got to share the photo with.
This wish, I didn’t know I had received, until I uploaded the photos to my computer. I snapped a wide-angle shot of a red-bellied woodpecker. I then focused on taking a close up of him. A second woodpecker landed on the tree for just a few seconds.and I wished to get both of them in a shot but he didn’t return. And then when I looked at my first photo on my computer — along with the woodpecker on the top branch …
Whether you believe in the Law of Attraction or MCS or Source — I’m grateful we got to take this nature walk together today. Peace.