Skywatch Friday – Springtime is Near

Arkansas River Edit

This weekend I went down south of Tulsa to the banks of the Arkansas River. Away from Tulsa and the low water dam it starts to reclaim its identity as a wild, braided, prairie River. Lots of sandbars and funky currents and other things to get kayakers and canoeists in trouble if they are not careful.

Arkansas River Trees edit

I find me some dancing trees on the bank. I love spring but I love seeing the structure of trees.

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I went hunting for a geocache in some woods away from the river. There was no trail and lots of bushwhacking. I didn’t find the cache, but that is okay. I loved the view.

March 2020

I did find these worn out baseballs placed together. It amazes me what one finds in the middle of the woods in hard to reach areas. I have no idea what the story is with these balls. I left them there if you want to go looking for them.

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Hmm, I caught a glimpse of something else out there.

March 2020

I went for a closer look. I don’t know why but I think it is a portal to another dimension. A dimension away from adulting. Adulting is hard. You already know that. I decided not to go through the portal. I didn’t know if the wi-fi was any good or not.

Red Full Moon

We had a super moon the other night. Great!! But we also had lots of fast moving clouds that was kind of messing things up. So I did the best I could. I tinted it pink because I could and I liked the way the light ended up.

Cloudy Full Moon

I got better results the next night.

How about you? Have you ever been tempted to enter a portal to another dimension? I am linking to Skywatch Friday

14 thoughts on “Skywatch Friday – Springtime is Near

  1. Eileen


    I love the first view of the river and sky, just lovely. The moon shots are beautiful too. Thanks for hosting. Happy Skywatching. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great weekend ahead.

  2. Debbie D.

    Lovely photos, especially the first one! 🙂 We are waiting for the real spring to arrive. Mother Nature teased us a while back, but it’s cold again, now. Thanks for hosting the Skywatch blog party!

  3. Nancy Chan

    Leafless tress shots are beautiful and I especially like the first shot with the blue sky. Spectacular moon shots. Have a great weekend.

  4. LaVoice Morgan

    Loved tagging along on your fun trip. On my post, since I do not think straight, should have worded my post different. Our weather is not good here today, but that was not taken here. A family member sent it to me. Thanks for dropping in.

  5. Peter B.

    LOL, I like your sense of humor! Ya, I’m entering portals all the time. Pretty much every time I go out to East Joshua Tree it feels like a portal to another dimension. I really like your dancing tree shots, and the baseballs are a fascinating mystery!

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