Traveler, Photographer, Naturalist
Your world still has red leaves this time of year? Now you've made me jealous! ;-)Nice photos!
Up until last week, we also had red and yellow leaves. Fall hang on as far as it could.Mine is here: http://ewok1993.wordpress.com
Nice shots of the wintry leaves and branches.
TRLovely your world!Your post could be also posted in my TODAY'S FLOWERS!Luiz
TR: Beautiful photos from your world in the woods.
Like Luiz says you could also use this post for Today's Flowers. The flowers are very beautiful.
My guess would be SE Oklahoma
Lak - OKC, Stinchcomb Wildlife Preserve - 50th and Council, behind the SNU stadium - two mile preserve along the North Canadian River. I only go in winter - the ticks,chiggers and briers are too much after February! I've been waiting for a snow day to visit -- but finally gave up.
Awesome scenery! I've never spent much time in your part of the world, so thanks for sharing. I figured you must be from the western end of the "Trail of Tears" from your comment on my post. Hard to imagine such foliage still hanging in there this time of year.
*gorgeous* I spent a fair amount of time at Stinchcomb during college. As a student at SNU, it was kind of an outdoor lab. I miss those days!
You are an excellent photographer. I found these breathe taking in there elegance
Excellent post and photos.
Finally some color coming out of Oklahoma. Great shots. I forgot about all the shrubs that turn bright red this time of year. Hope you have a great day!
Beautiful, just plain beautiful.
Amazing how much colour you still have hanging around. Nicely presented.
That's an interesting name for a river so far south in the US, but I don't doubt it.
From Wiki: It is unclear why the river is called the Canadian. The name may have been given to the river by early French hunters and traders who came from Canada. The upper part was called Rio Colorado by the Spanish. Some researchers think early explorers believed the river flowed into Canada. It does flow northeast through part of the Texas Panhandle. In 1929 Muriel H. Wright wrote that the Canadian River was named about 1820 by French traders who noted another group of traders from Canada had camped on the river near its confluence with the Arkansas River.The name could be of Spanish origin from the word cañada (meaning canyon), as the Canadian River formed a steep canyon in northern New Mexico and a somewhat broad canyon in Texas. A few historical records document this explanation. Generally, the French origin of the name is considered more probable.[2
Magnificent magnificent magnificent, great shots.Cheers!Regina In Pictures
Oooo, Tim. Oklahoma is most beautiful through your lens.You are clever. I like the pink version better :o)Mary
Great pictures! What can I say. Very good eye for the unique.
Beautiful Tim! Have a wonderful day. :c)
You did it again ... a fantastic collection of snapshots that would make a huge collection of postacards!
Such lovely shots. We have leaves remaining but none of such delicate beauty. Much better than snow!
Gorgeous, and most welcome. Chicago today resembles an arctic wasteland.>the ticks,chiggers and briers are too much after February! I know, I'm crazy but that statement really made me want to go in there at that time of year. I'll bet that running a black light in there in the spring months is amazing.
Oh Tim, Tim, Tim. Please teach me how to take such beautiful photographs. I'll meet you anywhere, anytime, to learn the magic behind your art.Miss you much.
What a beautiful set of photos
Beautiful pics. I can see why so many bird species prefer your part of the world.
A stunning visual feast. You make the world seem like a place where dreams can come true!!!
Leaves? What are those? I would love to know the alchemy by which you turn photographs into paintings.
Wow, Tim! That 1st shot's truly spectacular!
Oh, look at the colors!! Thank you, Tim! Beautiful as always.
amazing. i don't even see these things. your eye is amazing.
did i say amazing? i did. let me say it again: amazing ;-)
TR, Today Oklahoma looks like a great place to be! Gorgeous shots all. I love the dreamy red leaves at the top.
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