~Lake Seminole~

An Od Crypress Tree
An Od Crypress Tree

~

alone, standing tall

with strong roots many didn’t have

resolute, I remain

~

A few additional photos of our, February, 2014, visit to Eastbank camp-ground on Lake Seminole. We have moved on, slowly continuing our journey back to Colorado. We had a wonderful time at one of our most favorite places to spend a few days.

One Last Sunset
One Last Sunset
Eastern Bluebird
An Eastern Bluebird sitting in a Sycamore Tree
Eastbank Campground=Site A01
Eastbank Campground=Site A01

Kevin, can  you spot Howard’s antenna?

As darkness begins to decend; bats are flying around!
As darkness begins to decend; bats are flying around!

Ever try to photograph bats, at night, in flight?

Through the Pines
Through the Pines

Camped among these pines were several ladies, perhaps a women’s club, in their RV’s each with at least one Kayak! They were having fun!

A pretty little Palm Warbler
A pretty little Palm Warbler
Eastern Phoebe
Eastern Phoebe
Late Evening Activity ---As we sat and watched wave after wave of White Pelicans and Cormorants, landed on the lake. Hundreds!
Late Evening Activity —As we sat and watched, wave after wave of White Pelicans and Cormorants, landed on the lake. Hundreds!

I really, really miss our lake view!

Live in the Now!

2 thoughts on “~Lake Seminole~”

    1. Hi Gay, yep the lake view was very peaceful and beautiful. In the past, when we have stayed at Eastbank, it was pretty darn cold. This time it was much warmer! I bet that old Cypress tree is photographed a lot. I went back thru some photos I took when there in November and one was of this tree; I little different scene!

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