She sat beneath the tree and watched me. She would circle as if admiring her own reflection. Such beauty, beneath the tree, only shared by herself and me. The, I saw her eggs, tucked away in a camouflage of green, feathers and straw. She only left for a moment, circling close to her nest. A mother still must eat. But the pull is already there. "Shall I protect them or me?" I could feel her thoughts as she ate quickly and circled back to the water's edge ...counting...one, two, three, four, five eggs. There all still there. Now...one more bite. I was quite delighted she was not in Canada.
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Laura Brightwood is a professional fine and digital artist and writer. You can find her work on the covers and as the illustrator for multiple children's picture books and educational curriculum. Laura's commissioned human and animal portraiture has been the delight of many. Using both digital and traditional mediums, Laura is an artist who begins from the elements of fine art and uses the technology of digital mediums to blend the two. She resides in Hillsborough, NC, just outside of Chapel Hill, home of UNC and Tarheels. Laura works a artist and writer and maintains a psychological private practice. Laura is a native of Kentucky, having completed both her undergraduate...
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