Thursday, May 19, 2011

The Hidden Beauty of a Hawk

This is a hawk flying away from our house.....It is hard to see the hawk but it is there.

Sometimes we have to look hard to see beauty in our lives.

23 comments:

Mildred said...

I see the hawk, Kim. What beautiful surroundings. I am thankful this morning for the gift of sight to enjoy God's wonderful world. Wishing you a pleasant day.

Karen said...

I see it Kim! And you are so right, but if you do look hard enough eventually you will see the beauty.
Cheers

sprinkles said...

Your comment and the picture go so well together!

Muffie said...

What a beautiful analogy! I like the photo!!
Peace,
Muff

Patti Hanan said...

Well said, Kim. Sometimes we have to look hard to see the beauty in our lives, but it is always worth the effort.

hip-chick said...

I see it and it is beautiful. You are right that we have to look hard to find the beauty sometimes. And, we have to be paying attention to the positive and not the negative.

Elizabeth Grimes said...

Very true thought. Nice job catching the hawk. Gotta move quick to snap a good shot of flying birds. :)

Sandra said...

we are wishing our hawks would fly away from the house and leave our sweet little doves alone, they are eating them daily with feathers falling in the pool as proof. i do see it right in the middle

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Ah, nature!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Kim, I see it!!!!! We have hawks around here --but they don't come near our bird feeders (thank goodness). Every night, a couple of Mourning Doves come to the feeders... Hawks love to eat Mourning Doves... SO--I don't want those hawks anywhere near here!!!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Debra She Who Seeks said...

It took me a minute, but I spotted it!

Patrick said...

I so wish Patti's MS visual impairment didn't prevent her seeing our hawks. We live on a raptor migration route and our backyard feeder has become a fast food stop.

Caregivingly Yours, Patrick

S. Etole said...

yes ... even while I am chuckling from your stress test

Tracy said...

gosh, isn't that the truth...thanks for the reminder Kim!

LV said...

You are so right. I had to enlarge your photo before I could see the hawk. My eyes are not the best.

laughwithusblog said...

What a gorgeous place to live! The only trees around here are the ones we've planted! :)

Far Above Rubies said...

So beautiful and true, Kim. Thanks for sharing.

Rachel said...

Well said Kim, Beauty is always there, sometimes it's just a little harder to find than others!

Debbie said...

I see it! I love the way it's soaring, and I totally agree about having to look to see the beauty.

I'm glad that I stumbled back upon this blog. Your story is really inspiring! I plan to share the address with a woman also living with MS.

You mentioned on my blog that my pictures were "staying big". Now, I'm freaked out because they DO look enormous this morning. Don't know what's up with that.

It's always something...

Alicia The Snowflake said...

I love to see hawks flying! They are beautiful creatures!

And you are so right about finding beauty. May we learn to look for it! Blessings to you my friend!

Tracy said...

What a beautiful picture Kim! I see the hawk and your words are few in this post, but so profound! Thank you for sharing! :) God bless!

God Whispers said...

Great analogy Kim. I do see the hawk. Awesome. Blessings.

lines n shades said...

wonderful blog with lots to learn from. glad to have stopped by :)

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