Oklahoma’s ancient mountains

 A winter sunset from Mt. Scott by L. Dillon Beauty has many forms and a different definition to us individually.  Some might think the Wichita Mountains in southwestern Oklahoma can’t compare to the Rockies, Yosemite or Yellowstone.  As an Oklahoman who grew up a few miles from these ancient piles of red granite,  I might […]

Odd Oklahoma sun

I was working in the yard in Norman yesterday morning just after 9:00 a.m. when I noticed this really odd, but beautiful sun.  It was cloudy, but I think the muted view was due to smoke from the New Mexico wildfires.  If that’s the case, there will likely be some good photo opps on Oklahoma […]

Solar eclipse seen in Woodward

A big Oklahoma thanks to Jessica Eitzen of Woodward for submitting a photo of yesterday’s solar eclipse.  Millions of people from Asia to the western U.S. watched the eclipse that was dubbed ‘the ring of fire’.   The sun went down before the moon centered on it in Oklahoma so we didn’t get the ring, but […]