Scenes from Oklahoma
Jeannie's friend Evelyne Walls lives in Oklahoma, and has been a photographer for over 20 years. Her pictures capture the wild spirit of the Great Plains.
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|Chapel in Medicine Park|
|This mission-style chapel is located on Big Rock Estates in Medicine Park, Oklahoma.
|Elk Number 1|
|Elk grazing in Oklahoma
|Elk Number 2|
|These Elk are seen transiting Ft Sill, Oklahoma.
|Statue of Jesus|
|The statue overlooks the Holy City of the Wichitas, in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
|The cross is a centerpiece of the Holy City of the Wichitas, in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
|Holy City in Spring|
|The Holy City of the Wichitas, in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, is the site of an annual Passion Play put on by the residents of Comanche County.
|Buffalo baby eating Flower|
|Families of Buffalo roam free in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, this baby enjoying a light snack.
|These handsome woodpeckers grace the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
|Purple Sea of Flowers|
|Mt Scott peeks over the trees to watch the flowers grow.
|Sea of yellow Flowers|
|These flowers seem to have absorbed the sunshine.
|Bee and Sunflower|
|Funny, I thought it was the FEMALE bees that collected the honey.
|View from Mt. Scott|
|Mt. Scott is the second tallest peak in the Wichita Mountains, and offers the splendid views of the surrounding hills and Lake Lawtonka.
|The prairie in springtime bursts with wildflowers for as far as the eye can see.
|Named for a U.S. Army General and protege' of Ulysses S. Grant, this impressive mount towers over the surrounding plains.
|A thirsty bird stops for a refreshing drink.
|Ladybug and Morning Glory|
|Just hangin' out on a lazy Sunday afternoon int he Wichita Mountains.
|This sleepy little hamlet nestled amongst the Wichita Mountains provides a picturesque yet distinctively southwestern scene.
|Lake Lawtonka Late Afternoon|
|with Mt Scott and Sumac, it's a peaceful time.
|A small patch of blue brightens up the local landscape.
|Scissor Tailed Flycatcher|
|This is the state bird of Oklahoma, seen resting in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
|Medicine Park Waterfall|
|Water + Sunshine = Green Trees!
|This handsome fellow, also known as the Collared Lizard, is the State Lizard of Oklahoma.
|Mourning Dove with Babies|
|The squabs are wondering if mom's going to bring home some corn for dinner!
|Barn Swallow at the Information Center Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma.
|Wichita Mntns Wildlife Refuge|
|Blue skies and fluffy clouds adorn the landscape.
|Canada Goose with Babies|
|They are just too cute, no?
|Buffalo with Calf|
|Enjoying some "quality time"" with Mom."
|Showing up early for his "How to ruin a lawn"" class."
|Black Eyed Susans|
|Anadarko POW WOW|
|This festive occasion celebrates Native American culture and dance.
|Standing tall and proud, this horse enjoys a bright Autumn day in Oklahoma.
|Thank God for Families|
|Families are very important, even in the animal kingdom. This cardinal's "extended"" family enjoys a meal together."
|This cardinal looks like he was surprised by the sudden cold weather. Certainly all the people in Oklahoma were, where Jeannie's photographer friend Evelyne Walls snapped this picture.
|Mama Buffalo says: "You just stay right where you are, and no one gets hurtů"