Skywatch Friday – Favorites Edition

Hey, like a lot of people I have had a lot going on lately and have not taken as many photos as I would like so this week I am dredging of photos, taken in Decembers past from the archives . I hope that you don’t mind.


Some of my wife’s family have a ranch in Western Oklahoma and they occasionally send me photos of the cows they have. I love it when they do that. So here are a few of their Angus breed cows under an Oklahoma sky.

December Sunrise - Topaz Glow - Whisker Wires II 54 pct

And here is the sky in our neighborhood in Tulsa. Kind of fun to take a sky photo in my pajamas from the front porch.

Sunset - Tulsa, Oklahoma

And a shot from the office building where I work. I get lots of such pics between late October and March.

River Ampitheater after-Edit.jpg

This is from the River West Amphitheater on the west bank of the Arkansas River here in Tulsa. You can’t see this sight any longer as the River Parks Authority completely redid the area and got rid of the floating stage.

RiverTrails parks with a flag - Topaz Textures Color Burst

This is on the west bank of the Arkansas River.

So I hope that you didn’t mind me punting this year, from deep in the archives.

I hope that all of you who celebrate it, had a very Merry Christmas. I know that our family did.

Come join us at Skywatch

18 thoughts on “Skywatch Friday – Favorites Edition

  1. A ShutterBug Explores

    Wonderful sky shots ~ each one is beautiful for different reasons ~

    thanks for your comment on my blog about my son’s birthday and You must be still celebrating your birthday by your comment ~ LOL ~

    Happy Moments to You,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  2. Alana

    No, I didn’t mind you digging through the archives – if the sun hadn’t been out most of this week, I was planning to use the archives, too. Happy New Year, Yogi.

  3. Carol

    The age of the photo doesn’t matter. Glad you had a great Christmas. Love the various sky photos and I think shots from the porch in your pj’s are the best. I’ve done it often. Happy Friday!

  4. patrick prescott

    We travel frequently to Oklahoma and Kansas. The movie Twister has given us a hearty laugh for years. As we are going by and see cattle on the side of the road, someone will shout out, “We’ve got cows!”
    When I went to Plainview for a track reunion I noticed on one farm sheep. Back in the 70’s none of those farmers would touch them. A few now have long horns. guess the breed is making a resurgence.

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