Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Coast Guard 5" x 5" acrylic $245
Among the islands of the Queen Charlotte Strait, bald eagles are common. In fact, they seem more numerous than gulls. The eagles roost and watch from their perches in the trees and when other birds find a food source on the open water the eagles fly out to feed in droves. Often there will be 20 to 30+ eagles feeding together. The coast lines are rugged up there and I enjoyed creating this landscape and the weather that is so normal to the area.