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Oklahoma Picture of the Day

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Pictures of the rest of the state.

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park area next to Ford Music Hall on the campus of Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee

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two hawks rest on a dead tree overlooking Lake Tenkiller

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I'll take today.

One of my OU shots from Spring...

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Great shots, guys! The 'two hawks' photo is amazing. Absolutely gorgeous.

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two hawks rest on a dead tree overlooking Lake Tenkiller

That's a very beautiful picture. Was it taken in southeastern Oklahoma? The terrain looks rather mountainous.

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Lake Tenkiller is in Northeastern Oklahoma's Boston Mountians, part of the Ozarks. They aren't as big as SE Oklahoma's Ouachita Mountains, which are the tallest between the Appalacians and the Rockies.

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an old Santa Fe train car in Meers, SW Oklahoma

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Lost Lake, Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge

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an old building near the train station in Purcell, OK

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the plaza in front of the BOK building, downtown Tulsa

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I had no idea they were building a Cheesecake Factory in OKC. Thanks for the pic.

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two hawks rest on a dead tree overlooking Lake Tenkiller

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Lake Tenkiller is, on most sides, a fairly developed vacation lake. Any scenic lake with close proximity to Tulsa in this state (and that includes one or two in Arkansas) have been developed with resorts and vacation homes.

Grand Lake is a very nice resort community, but I also like the more natural appearance of Lake Tenkiller. It's also fairly close to the Illinois River, another excellant natural resource.

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those are VULTURES, not hawks... and they happen to be on a "dead" tree near lake ten"killer". :)

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Duncan Hotel, Pawhuska, 2007

The Duncan Hotel is in danger of demolition.

Used with the permission of the owner TB

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