Friday, October 16, 2009

Set this Street on Fire


Sugar Maples in Autumn

15th Street, Heritage Hills
near downtown
Oklahoma City


From red dirt to red leaves, from the land where the buffalo roamed and the deer and the antelope could pretend they were in New England - did I mention how much I love this place I call home! Right in my own backyard. Oklahoma is definitely OK!

13 comments:

Territory Mom said...

So beautiful!!! Thank you!

Kathiesbirds said...

TR, yes your street is beautiful,and I am glad you are safely home, but I want to see you SET THIS BLOG ON FIRE with all the stories and photos from your recent trip! Where are all the pics from AZ! I know you've got them and I am waiting!

BTW, you will be featured once again on MY World Tuesday on my blog this week!

Mary said...

You street is much more colorful than mine. The colors look delicious!

Oklahoma Girl said...

Absolutely beautiful!! The trees are just starting to turn down here. When I go to Missouri next week I am hoping for beautiful color all the way. Maybe I can get the furkids to pose for Autumn photos. Right!!

Glad you are home. Hope to see you soon.

blessed be...

Lana Gramlich said...

Ah...so lovely. Down here we don't typically get the colors. Thanks for sharing yours.

The Early Birder said...

Fabulous colours TR. FAB

jenX said...

Oh, they look like red velvet cake!!! I could eat these trees and dance under them. There is a great spirit on your blog, dear Tim. Something more than your great photography leaps off the page.

Anonymous said...

Burn, baby, burn !

Susan said...

Sugar Maple. One of my most favourite trees. I had no idea they grew that far south!

Dee/reddirtramblings said...

Tim, that was beautiful. I'm with you. No matter where you roam, Oklahoma is definitely OK!~~Dee

coolwaterworks said...

Wonderful, wonderful colors!!!

We just have greens and browns... :)

Müge said...

ADORABLE!

Lauren Quinn said...

Holy crap! Enough to make a California girl long for seasons.

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